K. D. Dowdall

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9 thoughts on “Another Haiku

  1. roninjax says:

    With the spun emotions trapped inside of life I wonder when and if they escape or fall victim to the web spinner or life itself – yet unfulfilled? Good insight.

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    1. Yes, and thank you for your insightful comment. Liz’s Haiku is a great metaphor for life and the complexities of emotions and feelings that humans tend to experience, especially in stressful times. Karen

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      1. roninjax says:

        I agree Karen.

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  2. Thank you, and it is a beautiful Haiku by “Candid by Liz” and I hope you go to her blog and thank her too. I like the idea of spun emotions in a spider web that often represent life’s complexities.
    K. D. 🙂


  3. Daniela Ark says:

    so much beauty in just a few words. .That’s what I love about poetry, especially Haiku 🙂

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    1. Hi Daniela, I know, I do love this Haiku, it says so much about life in just a few words.

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  4. Jennie says:

    Wonderful and beautiful!

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    1. Jennie, I think so too. It is so philosophical and intricate, just like the web the spider made.
      Karen 🙂

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      1. Jennie says:

        Well said, Karen! 🙂


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