Haiku–Good Men Gone

Good men gone away:
one a friend, one an icon.
I am lesser now.

But I am also
fuller from their influence
and their example.



(Gabo from januarymagazine.com; bench from coastalliving.com)

About Jim Stewart

Writer at Butt in Chair
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2 Responses to Haiku–Good Men Gone

  1. One of my very favorites. It has to happen to all of us, but devastating to lose such a voice.

  2. narble says:

    It’s the tracks left in our hearts…

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