haiku + images
The morning windows,
brightly lit, reveal the way
roof is collapsing.
The contrast between the positive first two lines and the negative last line was done well.
Thank you for your perceptive comment. (I almost never get comments on the poems!)
That’s probably because the photographs are so good. Readers probably see them and the poems as a whole and don’t think to separate the two.
See, I always thought it was because no one actually read the poems….
That’s funny. Well, you know at least one person reads the poems.
I do, and I appreciate it!
I love the aspect .. such a great shot
Thanks, Julie. I was actually in this building about 20 years ago – the roof was intact then. It used to be a power station, and all the old equipment is still inside.
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