lengthening shadows

My second haiku is up today on tinywords. What I really like is the thoughtful discussion it provoked. Some interpreted it as acceptance, and others as ominous. It just goes to show that one of the most important parts of a haiku is how others relate it to their own experience. Just for the record, this is an ongoing discussion around these parts, and I definitely do NOT feel ready yet for that next step.

lengthening shadows
he talks to me
about downsizing

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