a toddler trips over
a fallen leaf
Issue 18.2 | 22 October 2018
a celebration of
the dying leaves ???
This evokes what we inevitably feel when we see something like it occur, sympathy tempered with our personal experience of human fallibility.
Well felt, as each day we trip and learn the new, as that toddler. Well thought, Nickolay!
__ Stumble; this long-life teacher; we still learn. _m
drunken kung fu
the falling leaf veers and twists
Leaves and toddlers. Good one, Nikolay!
Deeply insightful, thoroughly interesting, simple in it’s way of telling things and yet absorbing. The underlying meaning of it is follows
As the first few steps are taken a toddler trips over a freshly fallen leaf.
Woohoo, Nikolay, great poem! :) I hope you don't mind I re-post it in Baby Haiku? Thanks!
A first step in learning – life will not always be smooth going.
the falling of a millipede
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