A part, or: Apart

A senryu for Shabbat

among family
existence is localized

27 thoughts on “A part, or: Apart”

  1. Oh wow. Yes! Family is universal. Thus localized in a large way.
    Deep… and in few words too. I love it. Happy Shabbat to you, dear David. ๐Ÿ’—

    1. Thanks, Lia โค

      Shabbat ended here in Israel a few hours ago – when the sun set – that's why I'm online now (and why I just finished watching a movie on my computer ๐Ÿ˜‰ )


      1. Ah yes that makes sense. My mind elapsed there for a bit… that pic makes me want to experience it. Can you gather with a good-sized group? And which movie was it? xoxo

          1. Yes, that’s what I meant. :)) I guess I was just getting nostalgic about some large family gatherings today. the weather is gorgeous here though, so that’s why. And I can’t complain.
            Wow about the movie, I read the parent’s guide [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6823368/parentalguide?ref_=tt_stry_pg] and I can’t watch it sadly ๐Ÿ˜‚ but it sounds interesting!

          2. Yes, right now, restrictions are being drastically reduced across the country, and we’ve been out of our most recent lockdown for some weeks now… so people are free to gather in their homes for sure!

            This movie was the third of a trilogy, and it really brought the entire trio of movies together in a fantastically intelligent way. I was really impressed by the ending, which was just so clever!

          3. Oh excellent… that does sound good — on all counts!!! Yay for free gatherings, and yay for pleasing endings. :)) Have a lovely night, David. <33

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