Lonely Silk Mill
Sounding like a travel log, perhaps too I often, I decided to write a haiku that describes how I felt while shooting at an old abandoned silk mill this past summer. Writing a haiku can be fun because it doesn’t take much of a commitment to come up with one. They are comprised of 5 syllables, 7 syllables, then 5 syllables. The final line often reveals a little twist to the first 2 lines. Aside from my group of friends, I felt as if I was in the company of all who had worked and spent so much of their lives at the mill. I’ll let the images tell the rest of the story.
Sad and all alone,
still hear the factory hum,
only ghosts remain.
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