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O’ this Problematic

O’ this problematic /

of all that is quite antic /

stands in ways dramatic /

at the lover’s front door. /

 

But it would be most ecstatic /

and even a touch fantastic /

to touch your life elastic /

once upon a time once more. /

 

Though time be a bit erratic /

and full of senseless static /

like a radio set to bombastic /

’tis you my heart adores. /

 

And though life is all to plastic /

with desires trifling spastic /

my mind trips the light romantic /

in wishing for amour. /

 

So, redact moments miasmic /

and reach for ones orgasmic /

and travel beyond the didactic /

until we reach each other’s door. /

 

–David E. Booker

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Flawed and cracked”

He stole her best years.

All he left her was his love:

flawed and cracked; she smiled.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Defined”

Love is not defined /

except by the open heart /

and pain at parting.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Defined”

Love is not defined /

except by the open heart /

and pain at parting.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Straggler”

The straggler grieves /

for the love he left behind /

fading into daylight.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Love is…”

Purple Iris after a rain.

 

Love is a flower. /

Often too short a time /

but always a wonder.

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cARtOONSdAY: “lIBRARY … lOVE”

But the most difficult part of all was deciding which he loved more.

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