11 comments on “New Year’s Eve

  1. high five and raspberries says:

    Sad but true

  2. siggiofmaine says:

    So much a part of some lives….
    agree, with “high five….” sad but true”
    … a sound that cuts to the bone.

  3. this is filled with pain… a imagining the woman and her plight…

  4. Pardon the typo- it should be I am…

  5. Loll says:

    “Keening” love the use of this word. Brilliant.

  6. Brilliant haiku with a lot of humor. Thank you for being part in Carpe Diem.

  7. Good one, your haiku grasps the feelings one gets reading “The littel match gril” by Hans Christian Andersen. Congrats!

  8. brudberg says:

    I love the contrast between keening (wich I interpret in a positive way) and homeless woman.

  9. becca givens says:

    Poignant weave … thank you for sharing!
    Brink of Change

  10. judie says:

    Nice one. I really, really like Winter Rain.

  11. dulcinaandgnome says:

    Well, I cannot see any humor in your excellent haiku (have I lost anything …?), very realistic, about a beggar in the street, a poor old woman lamenting from her cardboard box in this cold night, the last of the year, so sad, so true, unfortunately…

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