Only her dog understands
life is such hard work.
tomorrow will be difficult,
seeking another sulk
in the sparkling sun
Hee, hee 🙂 Nice one!
Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat.Com™ and commented:
I’ll never get how to write Haiku, but I love reading Haiku. Thank you Ms. sarahpotterwrites
Life is indeed hard work, and I’m not even a teenager anymore 😉
Cute one Sarah!
Yes, life continues to be hard work. The only difference with adults is that with every passing year, there are less dreams left to shatter. Realism takes their place, tailoring our expectations and making us concentrate on achievable goals.
oh this is just excellent!
Thank you, Joss 🙂
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