Haiku 232 and 233

Pull that thread and please
let the whole cloth unravel
blow away in shreds

Random lines and marks
scratched out on a wood table
artifacts of thought


2 thoughts on “Haiku 232 and 233

  1. Wonderful! I remember the desks in my HS technical drawing classroom were covered in graffiti scratched into the wooden surface, some of it a good few decades’ old. I rather liked the history of it – though it did make the surface annoyingly uneven. I also identify with that temptation to pull the thread.

  2. I love graffiti on wood tables and desks in any location, because it usually means people have spent a lot of time at that location. Somehow I think those things sink into the wood and the graffiti is just the tip of the iceberg of it.

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