COMMITTED (a two-haiku poem)

COMMITTED
a two-haiku poem

when the tide rolls in
bows of boats bump each other
tethered to the dock

with our ups and downs
we remain tied together
solid as a rock

 
 

Ken Chawkin
March 13, 2006
Fairfield, Iowa

(6 weeks after UNDECIDED)

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