Haiku For The Unspeakable

14 Jan

Haiku For the Unspeakable

A line is drawn now
You blew it badly buster
Now you will suffer.

I cannot bear this
I have failed my existence
There is no way out.

No more of this junk
This hopeless faux grand impasse
Absolutely done.

Inside my boxlet
I inordinately
Suffer from abuse.

There aren’t enough words
To express my new freedom
Thank Dog you’re now gone.

It’s getting dark now
I am shivering wildly
My box is so thin.

I vaguely can see
Your face in my memory
Fading so quickly.

I live alone now
In a small room with a bed
I remember naught.

Spring now is coming
Willows greening, frogs chirping
Will you come to me?

Small voices I hear
Motionless remembering
Outside my window.

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7 Responses to “Haiku For The Unspeakable”

  1. Miep 2014/01/14 at 1:00 am #

    No, I’m not having some kind of crisis. This kind of came out of nowhere. Or somewhere.

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  2. BroadBlogs 2014/01/15 at 10:19 am #

    It is sadly beautiful. So glad you’re not in crisis.

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  3. Aussa Lorens 2014/01/15 at 10:17 pm #

    Miep you are too good at this. So so good.

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    • Miep 2014/01/15 at 10:26 pm #

      You’re too kind, but I give all credit to my muse. It’s like being the Delphic Oracle.

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      • Aussa Lorens 2014/01/15 at 10:50 pm #

        Who is your muse, if I may ask?

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        • Miep 2014/01/15 at 11:01 pm #

          I’m not sure how to answer that, Aussa. All I know is that I thought it might be entertaining to write a haiku poem with the theme of speechlessness, and do it in two voices, and then after I finished it I realized it was all in one voice. That’s a sure sign of my muse, up to her old tricks.

          I think if I really knew who she was, she wouldn’t be my muse anymore.

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