A choice at the end / whether to let go of life / or linger longer.

A choice at the end / whether to let go of life / or linger longer. // haiku - micropoetry - haikumages




Actress Debbie Reynolds, accompanied by her daughter, Carrie, 2, leaves her home to spend the rest of the day with a girlfriend whom she did not identify, Sept. 10, 1958 in Los Angeles. She said she was leaving "to get away from it all," a reference to the hullabaloo raised over the dating by her husband, Eddie Fisher, of actress Elizabeth Taylor in New York. (AP Photo)

RIP Debbie Reynolds. RIP Carrie Fisher.

— haikumages —



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