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Haiku to you Thursday: “Spring cleaning”

Broom in the corner; /

cobwebs cling to the handle. /

Spring cleaning begins.

Clinging to the handle.

Clinging to the handle.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Message scent”

Blooms in Spring’s desires. /

Companion to construction. /

Scent not of flowers.

A pot to "plant" in.

A pot to “plant” in.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Away”

Away and away /

flies the moments of our past. /

Still — my heart remains.

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Haiku to you Thursday: “For us”

Is the sun for us /

or are we merely its guests /

at a feast of light?

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Stars”

If the stars touch me, /

I will be as one with them /

as I am with you.

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The things Spring brings

In the Neighborhood

Spring brings many things:
Alarm sales and fresh-meat men peddling,
Spores flowing as if there will be no more,
Ice cream from a truck whose music rings
As if the end of days will wend
Up and down the streets
Maniacal notes vibrating from the new leaves and petals
As the sun runs undone —
A child on a bike just pedaling to have fun.

–David E. Booker

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Haiku to you Thursday: “Spring”

Spring sun hides in air. /

Leaves curled in Winter’s cold sleep. /

Love ends in flowers.

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