haikumages

A marked piece of wood / by which children were measured / stands idle, they’ve grown.

This entry was published on 2012/04/12 at 8:04 pm and is filed under Children, Family, Haiku, Life+Wisdom. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “A marked piece of wood / by which children were measured / stands idle, they’ve grown.

  1. How do you do it? You capture universal human feelings with your poem and photo in such a unique way. The haiku needs the photo, and the photo needs the haiku. They work so well together to express every parent’s bittersweet experience of kids growing up.

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