A Lothario of the digital age,
Very clever Mr D.

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Was the kindling so successful and now burning out of control?
Better let it burn then and write it down on the Kindle.
You are clever but at times I just respond with the first that comes to mind. πŸ˜ŠπŸ¦‹

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why did he ignite them if he could not handle the rage they would become? or was he the friend that was called to listen and secretly wished he was the one they burnt for? I love the way this poem can pivot on it’s own.

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Woa, this is a great Haiku. Unfortunately, we cannot extinguish (fix or cure) what another keeps burning deep inside. Incredible writing, Davy.

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There is a sadness in this Davy, which suggests ‘he’ is longing for something to take hold and burn in his own heart. Your haiku suggests this beautifully.

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That gave me so much to think about. You give the reader so much leeway , Davy. It’s a learning and imaginative process. Very interesting and clever. Thank you for these brain teasers of poetry.

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Interesting! Ponderful!

The Pollyanna/positive-person in me thinks he cares…but maybe too much. I’ve been told that’s possible. To care too much. It was a surprise to me to hear that. πŸ™‚ Oh, and often the one who cares the most/too much gets hurt.

Oh…Even if we want to put out fires for others it sometimes can’t be done or shouldn’t be done. They have to do it themselves.

OH! But if he was the one fueling the fires just so he could rush in and save the day. Then, hmm…not a good thing.

Oh, okay. I’ll quit thinking now! πŸ˜€
HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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Interesting & thought provoking. Thanks for sharing your genius!πŸ˜‰

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Oh. , that leaves so much to speculation. I like your posts cos it tickles my brain cells.

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Thank you JB. This is most appreciated.


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