Wednesday, April 21, 2010

non-negotiable

why I negotiate
your so very random emotions
but let myself ebb?

23 comments:

ThomG said...

This plays over and over in my head as I read it. I like the feeling.

pia said...

So darn clever. Love how you used the words

b said...

We all wonder that.

b

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Leonard Blumfeld said...

A lot said in those three lines. I can relate very well.

anthonynorth said...

An important question. Clever.

Angel said...

Sounds like she needs to practice, "To thine own self be true," once in a while.

flaubert said...

This is nice!
Pamela

Stan Ski said...

It's the challenge that shows you care.

Thomma Lyn said...

What an excellent haiku about the give and take nature of relationships.

Ramesh Sood said...

Yes, you shouldn't... very well expressed..

Andy Sewina said...

The inner voice is crying out to be heard, you love 'him' more than your very self!

<3

Lorraine said...

really. why...I adore this

Dee Martin said...

one way relationship - I think a little flooding instead of ebbing may be in order!

~*. D E E P A .* ~ said...

very nice ... i loved the 1st 2 lines .... the last line (the 1 containing 'ebb') seemed a bit different in emotions

gautami tripathy said...

Deepa, that is exactly my intent.

Vandana said...

Hello:)

Thank you very much for your comment on my blog!

I love how you used those three words and spun it into something so simple...into something that made me want to read it over and over again.

Jay Thurston said...

Dwelling on random emotions, this is a smart haiku and as others have said, an important and easy to relate question.

Timothy P. Remp said...

Very poignant and powerful piece.

-Tim

Tumblewords: said...

A strong resonance in this piece! Powerful work.

Vivek said...

So simple yet succinct and beautiful

iamyuva said...

because i like to,
because i love to,
because i want to,
because i feel to need to,...

Bobbie Sandlin said...

Perfect and very to the point.

geeta said...

It touches the chord somewhere deep within the heart...