Questions I asked myself all week: Does power always, in every circumstance, corrupt? Is power breakable? What would it take to break chains of power, and would it take a super hero or a super villain to break them?
In these new haiku, I explore the correlation between power and corruption.
Haiku 7: Power
(by Kristi Garboushian)
oak doors hewn by elected
czars savoring backfire,
litanies of blood.
molten glass posterity.
In a lighter vein, the week wound back down to normalcy after the in-laws departed. It was a good visit. We took them to typical Arizona places (i.e. Tombstone, Sedona), and they ventured down into the Grand Canyon. They saw a fraction of what Arizona has to offer… one really needs more than a week to take in all of its splendors. Our guests enjoyed what little they experienced.