OctPoWriMo #10 – Go Wild (haiku)

Let young hearts run free
Surrender to the rhythm
Later, comes the shame
 

 

This is today’s contribution to OctPoWriMo – a challenge to write a poem a day during October. You can sign up here, at any time during the month, or just check out the prompts and tips if you prefer – http://www.octpowrimo.com/

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Author: Al Lane

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15 thoughts on “OctPoWriMo #10 – Go Wild (haiku)”

  1. There no need for shame. Ever. Let us just be who we are, enjoy ourselves, as long as it doesn’t hurt others, what’s the problem? So please, keep on dancing, that we may teach our kids that there needs be no shame 🙂

      1. That’s what I mean: you should never feel ashamed for where the rhythm takes you. It rook you where you needed to go. Who cares what it looks like to others?

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