Category Archives: Haiku to You Thursday

Haiku to you Thursday: “Blinking idiot”

use blinking blinkers /

you fool in front of me, or /

Spring will end too soon.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Key clouds”

Keys in the sky.

Clouds play overhead: /

Black and white keys against blue. /

Tunes of life’s embrace.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Walls”

The walls

The sky collapses. /

The enemies march outside. /

The walls fall in.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Geometry of love”

The struggle.

The struggle.

We struggle to love. /

Within its geometry /

Blooms the flower of us.

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Haiku to Thursday: “Prefer”

Some prefer answers. /

Others prefer the questions. /

Flowers prefer bees.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “The sky”

You were once mine, /

Arrayed with the dawn’s fire: /

Reds and clouds and sun.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Dark blooms”

Dark blooms the heart. /

Empty shines the unmade mind. /

Crisp, cold, slow night.

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