Tag Archives: haiku

Haiku to you Thursday: "Now"

Covid-19 now /

Shelter in place this day: now. /

Tomorrow is now.

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Photo finish Friday (and haiku): “Shadows”

Light bends, shadows fall

World is canvas for us all

Painting winter’s world.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Resting birthday”

Frosting in the fridge. /

Cake unfinished on counter. /

Resting birthday.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Open and shut”

I opened my heart. /

You slammed shut the wooden door. /

Hard knocks all around.

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Photo finish Friday (and haiku): “Protesters in the rain”

Remember your heart

when you take your mind and storms

for a rainy walk.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Hangnail”

It’s gone to his head.

That’s what the foot doctor said.

Hangnail of the mind.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Old age”

Old age never ends. /

It lives like a thin shadow, /

Fattened by seasons.

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