This sculpture brings to mind what Juliet, of Romeo and Juliet, says in part- “. . . Parting is such sweet sorrow. . .” – Shakespeare
I know this short phrase because my father-in-law used to say this when we were leaving after a visit. 😊
Okay, now my turn to turn a phrase or two. The following is a *gogyohka.
come home to me
my love anticipates
Thank you for reading!
©Ruth Klein’s Scribbles
*Gogyohka usually contains five lines, but could have four or six lines. It’s up to the poet. Each line should comprise one phrase with a line-break after each phrase or breath. Gogyohka has no restraints on the number of words or syllables used. However, this form should be written as other Japanese short verse poetry. The theme for gogyohka is unrestricted. No title and no rhyming.https://wordcraftpoetry.com/tanka-tuesday-poetry-cheat-sheet-for-tanka-tuesday-poetry-challenges/?amp=1