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Haiku to you Thursday: “Screen reads”

Screen reads: “Be patient.” /

Is computer suggesting /

I be verb or noun?

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Spores”

Spores on my windshield. /

Pollen fairy dusts my car. /

Sneeze greets morning sun.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Moments now”

Love lives not in moments gone /

nor moments to come /

but in moments now.

[Editor’s note: This haiku is 7-5-5 instead of the more traditional 5-7-5 syllables per line arrangement.]

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Shattered”

Seeing who I am /

frightens the monster within /

shattering myself.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Deferred”

Deferred dream awaits /

forgotten lover lurking /

lips pursed for your touch.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Shortly”

Running late. /

Will be there shortly. /

Incomplete.

[Editor’s note: Most haiku are 5 syllables for the first line, 7 syllables for the second line, and 5 syllables for the third line. This one is another shortened version with a structure of 3/5/3.]

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Start”

A new start /

often begins with /

“It’s over.”

[Editor’s note: Most haiku are 5 syllables for the first line, 7 syllables for the second line, and 5 syllables for the third line. This one is a shortened version with a structure of 3/5/3.]

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