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Bitter Sweet

This bitter sweet life,
who has the recipe to blend
maybe God will know?


Bitter Sweet,
can both exist side by side and be palatable,
leaving no aftertaste?
Do they form a wholesome whole, 
as I am told?

When bitter is present 
do I focus on the sweet to balance?
Will sweet mingle with bitter
 and lessen it's bite?


Bitter
Endless circles of
should we,
shouldn't we?
If we do
then how will it effect relevant others?
If we don't
then how will it effect relevant us?


Sweet
Sweet Connie Mae,
Dreaming of bonding days with my grand-baby.
Listening to 'Beachlife' wondering if the day will come?
Beauty I find in places like Deeply Humbled
this post and video touches me deep.


Linking with Monica
&
Haiku my Heart

Comments

Monica said…
the us-them, self-other, dilemma. we'll move from this soon, as venus shifts....
I believe it's my first visit here. Should we or shouldn't we... I know what you are talking about! Beautiful poetry also. :)
Cat said…
beautiful words
lovely reflections
like a dream
as life can sometimes
be

love and light
thought inspiring haiku ~ Tis the 'bitter with the sweet' ~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)
joanne said…
Intriguing work....Life can certainly be just that - bitter and sweet, at the same time
Karen said…
Bitter sweet- not meant to blend, but balance.
"maybe"

Everything hinges on that conditional word, doesn't it?

Maybe.

Concertina Wire & Sky
Spadoman said…
Dear Ms. Foxy... Yin and Yang of life, the balance. Sweet and sour, (bitter), good and bad, cold and hot. So, when do you decide that you need to make a decision?

Much Peace
Miss Robyn said…
oh how I totally understand this.. xoxo
and beautiful name.. Connie Mae xo
rebecca said…
dear one,

forgive me for my late arrival. i have been away from the computer and am only now visiting all the haiku offerings. i hope sweet is prevailing in your dear life. i understand so deeply what a balancing act life really is. i am so happy you have been blesses with a sweet new soul.

holding you too,
xoxoxoxo
Irene Rafael said…
at times balancing the bitter and the sweet is a moment to moment decision, other times it is effortless. wishing you well.

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