Haiku 96

I want to start off with a little note today. First thank you to all who have looked and/or like my short thoughts for these 96 days. One thing I have learned from this practice is to pay even more attention to the many small things that come across my path on my daily journey, to give them recognition and attempt to discern some meaning with the fewest amount of words in three simple lines. And this all fits so well with the Buddhist philosophy I follow.

Some have definitely worked better than others but it’s all the same anyway.

Now I am debating whether to continue after 100. Probably will.

After a year of being locally confined, getting down here to Mexico has been a stimulus to my brain. Here’s number 96.

Footprints in sand.
Tomorrow, gone with the tide.
Everything disappears.

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