Fanfare

Waiting for the clap
Of that thunder rolling in
That’s not how it works.

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9 thoughts on “Fanfare

    1. Um… it is what it is of course… but the point of the title is actually that there isn’t always any fanfare before important events or changes. I don’t have a lot of lines to work with in a Haiku. But hey, maybe Eliot was right.

          1. Did he mean something good or something bad by that? Sometimes (rarely), I’ll come across something I wrote down maybe years ago, and gasp when i can’t attribute it to someone better. And.. it’s funny, I was reading a biography on him when you quoted him above.

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