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Haiku to you Thursday: “Passing seasons”

Winter, quietly. /

Summer, intensely. /

Fall and Spring, without regrets.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Tastes”

Without your whisper /

my ear hears only stale words. /

Summer tastes empty.

[Editor’s note: This is a variation on the Haiku posted last Thursday, entitled “Silence.”]

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Silence”

Silence tastes empty. /

Without your whisper, my ear /

hears only stale words.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Corn”

Ear of golden corn; /

kernels snap free in my mouth. /

July between my teeth.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “First day”

Full moon fading West. /

Orange-red rays stroke the East. /

Summer’s first day.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Hiding”

Bowl of temptation

Bowl of temptation

Brilliant red cherries – /

The tree of spring temptation – /

Disguising the pits.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Fog”

Three men in a fog: /

Father, son, and their ghost — /

all haunting the sun.

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