Five haiku poems:Bruised, yet hopeful

This is my first collaboration with the brilliant Rose of Poet Rummager…

Within this brick wall, lies my heart where no light shines. Rejected, it sleeps. Hidden in the dark – dreaming so damn hard and tight. You’re not mine, it weeps. In this tiny room, my heart beats against the stone – bruised yet still hopeful. Bleeding and in pain, it yearns to be free again. […]

via Five Haiku Poems: Bruised, Yet Hopeful — Poet Rummager

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48 Replies to “Five haiku poems:Bruised, yet hopeful”

  1. brilliant MICH! In this tiny room, my heart beats against the stone – “bruised yet still hopeful”. – I was holding my breath reading, I love how it speaks with gentleness yet such fervor!

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