Blue Monday & Ruby Tuesday Too: Not Forgotten

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“Don’t forget us.” From left: Frankie, Stingray, Jennifer, and Lane, who live on the streets of Tucson, Arizona.


sticking together
for there’s safety in numbers
if the street’s your home

 
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Posted on May 23, 2022, in Arizona, Blue Monday, haiku, Haiku My Heart, Poets & Storytellers United, Recuerda Mi Corazon, Ruby Tuesday Too, Tucson and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Great photo. I’ve met some amazing people who live on the streets here in Melbourne, and it’s quite a revelation learning more about them. The moral of the story is that nobody is immune to homelessness and we should all be doing more to relieve the problems that cause it.

  2. PS: Than you for hosting!

  3. “For whatever you do for the least of these, you do for Me.” Matthew 25: 31-46

  4. This is heartbreaking to see these situations.

  5. Safety in numbers hopefully ~ lovely photo and haiku ~ beautiful people ~ Xo

    Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  6. Heartbreaking that people have to live on the streets

    Much💛love

  7. The numbers have grown here since our recent floods – but to ridiculous proportions. Never good for anyone to be homeless, but when it’s hundreds in one region….

  8. Thank you for introducing us. Namaste my new friends, I will not forget you.

  9. That’s a really sad but uplifting haiku, all in one. Enjoy your weekend dear, hug from Holland.

  10. it feels like no one is ever really safe anywhere in our country. even innocent school children in small peaceful towns, shoppers, music fans, movie watchers, congregations in churches, temples and synagogues. it seems utterly impossible that anyone can place their “right” to own military grade weapons of mass destruction above the safety of our children, our country. the world looks on in absolute horror. it is incomprehensible to the majority of our country who desperately want sensible gun regulation. the fabric of everyday life has been shattered again and again. no one is safe and every week in america is soul crushing.

  11. So true, sadly tragically true.

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