Much said in few words.
A reality can be revealing! Nicely Helen!Hank
Interesting twist ~ Good one Helen ~
stealing his own identity...worked with a DiD kid...it was interesting to say the least...
you nailed it!
Dissociative identity disorder - D I D on arrival...
Identity theft it is!
Apart from the elegance of this poem, it is nice to see the haiku form used as intended. X
I'm MEL-TING! in a sense- nice Haiku-
This is way cool, Helen!
Sad for those who truly suffer with the disorder. Think all poets and writers do in a some form--to write from different perspectives and place ourselves in other's shoes. Very cleverly written, captured a lot in few words.
Helen, how profound, in just three lines--you totally nailed it! Magnificent :-)
theres the smile ive been needing
Superb. Love this. Great idea.
Subtle..perfect, and seemingly permanent!
Succinct and astute...
very smart haiku!
My hat off to you, madame.
Identity theft must be awful. I've half lived it, mind you, being an identical twin.......!
Oh. But, of course. :) Excellent!
A reality much stranger than fiction. Well done!
A very well written Haiku, thank you.
Great interpretation of the prompt.Nice haiku!=)
I'm just coming out of hibernation, and still feel half asleep. And now I'm seeing double. My eyes need to focus a bit more.
Helen Ma'am,Winning Takes Care of Everything! Yes, I've read about it. Apparently it might send wrong signals to the young. But Nike denies it, saying these have been Tiger's words even before anyway! Well I suppose everyone supports a winner and the reverse is true as well. Tag Heur withdrew their sponsorship immediately when the sex tryst happened in 2009. Ah Well nobody wants to support a loser then.Hank
Reminds me of the incredible hulk , many of the superheroes eh ?
It's all in the mind, and for some it's a reality. Well-observed in your clever Haiku.
Only 7 words that so eloquently befit this image...wonderful!
I never would've come up with this. You are quite creative!