Tuesday, November 27, 2012

small kindnesses


small kindnesses
My small kindnesses are helping those with heavy luggage who forget they can use lifts/elevators at train stations. Also, I allow people to leave the train by not blocking them, as so many others do. Plus anyone smaller than the crowd, I make sure they can get onto a train first, and be able to put away any luggage, and find a nice seat, as I'm a big man I can discreetly block,  and so protect those less able.

dark morning...
the sushi bar opens up
for the train station

Check out Fiona's free book offer for today:
http://www.writingourwayhome.com/p/small-kindnesses-blogs-taking-part.html
 
All about small kindnesses we offer or receive:
http://www.writingourwayhome.com/2012/11/what-small-kindness-do-you-remember.html


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4 comments:

Laura said...

a lovely way to offer kindness!

creativechai said...

Hi Alan,

Public transport can be stressful and crowded, so nice to know there's someone looking out for people there!

I enioyed your beautiful haiku!

cheers!

dfleischer said...

Being big, I suppose, is like always having a room with a view. Your kindnesses carry us on your shoulders for the largest view of all. Thanks for a terrific haibun, travel and all. ~ Donna

Ryan said...

Good day, Sir,

My name is Ryan and I write haiku also. I am interested in sharing my work with people and I have a blog on which i write haiku regularly.

If you would like, I would be very happy if you would share a link to my blog at http://quellesbellesparoles.blogspot.com on your site.

Kindest regards,

Ryan Ramsey