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Haiku to you Thursday: “A suitor unworthy”

A suitor unworthy, /

the world has a greedy hand. /

Save your love for me.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Chain”

I felt my heart die /

When your love locked promises /

To a chain of dust.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Leaves”

Give me all your love /

Leave your hate by the tall tree /

The leaves will shape it.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “alone”

The earth is lonely /

when filled with my thoughts only: /

love’s empty alone.

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Photo finish Friday: “Love on the rocks”

Sometimes love is literally on the rocks. Or, at least spelled out on them.

Sometimes love is literally on the rocks. Or, at least spelled out on them.

With something like this you could “fall in love.”

Or, love is just a stone’s throw away.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Heavens are home”

The heavens are home /

to night’s turns of phrase and stars: /

love, mass, and light squared.

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Photo finish Friday: “Half of it”

Sometimes, a relationship just doesn't hold together.

Sometimes, a relationship just doesn’t hold together.

The man in the waders

by David E. Booker

The man in waders

met the woman in half.

When others saw them,

they thought they were daft.

They met at the creek,

down by the water’s edge.

It was a salvage operation

of the heart it is said.

She could not say

where her lower half went.

Like a little mermaid

she was half woman, half rent.

The relationship didn’t last.

Alas it is said,

the fact she had no bottom

went straight to his head.

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