indeed sometimes truth is hidden beneath the layers of lies.
Revelation can hurt, but it can be far more damaging to remain hidden...
truth can indeed be dangerous...and cause damage...i would rather that than falsehood though, you know....
beneath the snowsecrets kept till thawbeware of spring:-)
Can old lovers grasp it too? ;)Full of Grace and Truth
Oh yes, MMT! More so when fondness is already ingrained for so long!Hank
Beautiful, Hank! It matters all through life, but maybe a lesson best learnt young.
Wonderful Hank both verse and pictures. I would love to know the truth why my two children have disowned me.Yvonne.
Yeah...underneath, always something bubbling. Nice haiku
A little slip and the damage can be done
The middle stanza really hits it home.
I like the white as snow...but not now when summer is still here ~
Revelation hurtsBut under wraps truth festersThat is very true, hank.
always well penned and enlightened writing ~artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)
ah that second oneexactly socheersJzB
really like that first stanza, Hank ~
I'm with Grapeling, I love the last line. It makes me think of the uncertainty of young love. Like fresh ice covered with snow, we never know safety when walking on its slippery surface.
Mrs. Jim tells me that "just because it is true I don't have to tell it." Truth can bring needless hurt. Or unnecessary work...
grasp it, don't let it go. wait, there's that whole let it go and see if it comes back to you thing. oh whatever. :)
Thanks for your trio of haiku. Pairing truth with snow is interesting because of the different true forms of water, gaseous, liquid and solid. That is what you made me think of :) There are many forms of truth. Like 'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.'