Creative Writing and unfinished business…
December 5, 2016 § 7 Comments
scattering ashes –
washing her off my fingers
in the rock pool
Tagged: creative writing, haiku, poetry
Ooh, lovely. I like the dark in this Rachel.
Thanks, Frank. A little bit of catharsis, me thinks…
Yep, reads like a cracker to me.
So much in so little.
Yes, there could be sadness here, but I also sense the catharsis, the washing away of bad memories perhaps.
An astute observation, Andrea.
Very powerful, Rachael.
So pleased it moved you. Thanks for commenting.
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