In hindsight, I realize my last poem of the week about the petite Colombian girl did not sound as good as I thought.
In penance, I submit to you my first attempt at Haiku, a Japanese style of poem. That is, I must write three sentences with five syllables in the first, seven in the second, and five again in the last sentence.
“The path forward’s tough,
The reward’s indeed worth it,
I won’t be the same.”