Reconciliation – A Haiku

Enveloping warmth

Belie the many winters

Words were left unspoken

For the visually challenged reader, this image shows an elderly man and woman embracing. In the background, people can be seen going about their business.

Sadje’s What do you see? instantly inspired this haiku. The expression on the man’s face seems so…satisfied, relieved, joyful.

I would hope that would be the look on our faces when the divisions brought on by politics and this pandemic is over.

©️ 2021 iido

8 thoughts on “Reconciliation – A Haiku

  1. Pingback: WDYS # 106 – A Roundup post – Keep it alive

  2. “We are so lightly here. It is in love that we are made. In love, we disappear.” ― Leonard Cohen
    “Love is not a victory march; It’s a cold, and it’s a broken Hallelujah.” ― Leonard Cohen

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