A humble haiku
Dear Poet of Life,
We offer up this simple haiku
as a prayer for difficult days,
when mistakes big and small get the better of us
and we regret our naughty ways,
when we struggle to find peace
and shake our heads at thoughts gone astray.
A candle burns bright
welcoming each one alike,
both shadow and light.
May we find courage and inspiration
in these humble words
to move forward
and do our best to live
a more loving and creative life.
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