#331 of 365 – 3 Haiku

3 Haiku

 

 

in the waiting room

people, all sorts, come and go

everyone limping

 

 

I walk―slowly swing

an unbending leg; elder

lady passes me

 

 

one knee, all braced up

the other, so jealous for

attention it hurts

 

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Poet, sculptor, writer, spouse, parent, crazy person - not necessarily in that order.
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3 Responses to #331 of 365 – 3 Haiku

  1. pi314chron says:

    Very vivid description! (Sounds like a piece of torn cartilage involved in a join…but I’m not a doctor nor do I play one on TV. I have, however, had every knee problem known to orthopedic surgeons…including “iliotibial band syndrome” — which your stiff knee resembles….hmmmm)

    The well known “RICE” treatment should help a lot! (RICE = Rest, ice, compression, elevation)

    Be good to YOU! Kung Fu may be perfect for you…but I wonder…

  2. Fig Tree Chance says:

    Oh my gosh–I know how painful knee injuries are, the worst!! Wincing with you, and praying of course, too.

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