Paradox

Image from Sitik.com

For Haiku Heights Challenge 24

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13 Responses to Paradox

  1. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I came here expecting to find a completely unique take on the prompt, and I was not disappointed!

    Paradox

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  2. Clever, but poor you! It’s horrible.

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  3. Misky says:

    Funny thing about noises, eh? I’m having to accustom myself to Mr Misky’s noises around the house. He’s semi-retired, and I’ve had the house to myself for years and years during the day. It’s not unpleasant; it’s just an adjustment I hadn’t expected.

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  4. odyzz says:

    beautifully captured ,VIV..

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  5. Pseu says:

    Clever.
    (I get tinnitus too)

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  6. Barbara says:

    O my God, this is so true!! You nailed it – paradox- I mean!

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  7. 4joy says:

    silence can be a gift or a curse…

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  8. tigerbrite says:

    I had my career within that picture but do not know how it releates to tinitus. I can still hear the power of the jet engine which was my life. I was the cabin staff purser.

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    • vivinfrance says:

      Tinnitus fills your head with noise, even when there is exterior silence. The paradox here is that continuous exposure to loud noises – eg aircraft engines – leads to hearing loss as well.

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  9. The sound of silence. Wonderful haiku and all those with tinnitus know that sound well.

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  10. Grace says:

    I can relate to this ~ Good one ~

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  11. Patti says:

    Sad but true.

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  12. basho2012 says:

    Nicely written Viv.

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