of old keys
Issue 20.1 | 10 August 2020
Ah, I remember having bunches of keys, whether for a car, or a huge bunch of fifty keys I had to carry around each day, on foot! :-)
I love the dynamic between "old keys" and "forgotten passwords" as it gets my imagination having great choices of making different connections. Love it! :-)
we swap lost key stories
as my coffee cools
Publication credits: Presence 32 (2007); Tinywords.com (2007); The O’Keefe Brief, O’Keefe Library at SAU, St Ambrose University, Iowa, U.S.A. (2007)
a locker key glistens
with its secrets
HAIKU DIALOGUE – ink ed. kjmunro (The Haiku Foundation July 2018)
Thank you, Alan, for your generous praise! I'm glad this is working for you. Loved your memory of carrying around fifty keys.
Good poem Dan. I still use a skeleton key for the old house I live in and forget a password weekly.
Thanks, David! Pleased that this works for you. I know the feeling about lost passwords!
Totally fun and spot on!
Thanks, Bruce! Very much appreciate your comments
just wonderful, Dan!
Thank you, Leslie! Glad you like this.
Hahahaha I lose keys and forget passwords on a regular basis. Nice one, Dan!
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