saved in rows and columns
on broken concrete
This is heart breaking. It has been difficult to listen and see all the news from China this week. And so soon after the tragedy in Myanmar.
Good write, though.
the most haunting image i have seen of the pictures of the quake was that of a of a dead child, probably not more than 6 years old, under a pile of rubble, with one of her shoes atop the rubble. guarantee to bring a tear to your eyes.
deborah, there’s so much in those few words you’ve written.
Like I said on my blog, Deborah, this haiku just tears at my heart with sadness. So much death and destruction over such a short span of time. It’s almost unbearable to fathom all the loss of lives.
Very poignant work here, Deborah. Kudos!
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all you will have to do is remove the – from between why and paisley,, everything else will remain the same and will redirect you to the correct page…. sorry for the inconvenience…
It’s utterly heart-rending. Sniff. I carry images, too, in my head, of what I’ve seen in the news…
The scene you’ve portrayed here is so real, and so close. Powerful write.
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