Out-Wheeled

Out-wheeled NaamaYehuda

Photo: Na’ama Yehuda

 

At the spot

Where one heart stopped

And others pause

To ponder,

It stands

Out-wheeled into pallor

In grief

For what was lost

And what might have been

If there hadn’t the need

To mark this

Post

For a life that can

No longer

Wander.

 

 

 

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11 thoughts on “Out-Wheeled

    • Toda! It is a very sad reality, and the bikes are beautiful and haunting. It is important that they commemorate those who died, because it allows people to stop for a moment (and hopefully wear their helmets, drive carefully, and teach themselves and their children to follow traffic laws no matter how they are commuting…).

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    • Oh, Suzanne, I am SO SO sorry to hear this. It is such a tragedy. I can hardly imagine. Yes, we must all take extra care when it comes to cyclists, who people do not realize are so vulnerable against the heavy, fast, often blind-eyed machines. It only takes a moment to devastate a life or save it.
      Hugs,
      Na’ama

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