#Haiku Happenings #8: Mark and Jacob Salzer comment on Nicholas Klacsanzky’s haiku “New Years Eve…”!
New Year’s Eve
and also father’s death anniversary—
I have forgotten both
© Nicholas Klacsanzky (Ukraine)
Failed Haiku, April, 2017
(from the book: How Many Become One)
Today, we have a special edition, as we have a father and son commentary team—Mark Salzer being the father, and Jacob Salzer being the son.
1. Obviously, he has not totally forgotten both, else he could not find the words to capture the moment, so I like the irony.
2. “Holidays” like New Year’s Eve, so insignificant in the big picture…dates are so arbitrary.
3. Father’s can be significant people in our lives, but dwelling on the date of death detracts from his entire life and all the entailed moments and meaningful memories.
4. It is good to forget those things that are not so important—live and enjoy the here and now. We all die eventually…embrace that as a part of…
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