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Haiku Sunday (150)

The last of summerFruit clinging to the thick vine.Red ripe for plucking. Advertisements

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Haiku Sunday (148)

Taking tea, ritualin repose. Washing awayMy mortal worries.

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Haiku Sunday (147)

Sleep, sweet slumberingSleep, Hypnos please take me deep.Come sleep, rescue me.

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Haiku Sunday (146)

Browser’s hijacked,My PC whacked, I hate those damnedComputer viruses.

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Haiku Sunday (145)

Furry foxes fixatedOn finding food and friendly,fine, familial faces.

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Haiku Sunday (144)

The sea and the sand, Separating sea creaturesFrom hostile man.

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Haiku Sunday (143)

The carnival rides,Hawkers, tricks and food on sticks,On warm summer nights.

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Haiku Sunday (142)

I walked along a Woodland path to clear my mindAnd salve my wounded heart.

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Haiku Sunday (140)

Back Alley Bars Found back alley gems,Serving local handcrafted beersAnd seasonal fare.

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Haiku Sunday (139)

Man Made of earth, fire, air,And water, creativelymade and given life.

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Haiku Sunday (138)

Pippin Our teenie weenieWith tiny teeth and big ears,Brings us countless joy

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Haiku Sunday (134-137)

Father’s Day Fathers and brothers,We celebrate their love andLegacy today. Boys grow to be men,Sharing and shaping our lives,For better…

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Haiku Sunday (133)

Mushrooms, Mushrooms, Mushrooms! Earthy, delicate,Sautéed in a white wine sauce,Heavenly fungi.

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Haiku Sunday (132)

Cobra Chickens He did not speak theLanguage. The geese gave chase andHissed at him. He ran. When he caught his…

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Haiku Sunday (131)

He followed her EastTowards the edges of the earth,She was his Eden.

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Haiku Sunday (130)

The center of his Own universe, a legendIn his narrow mind.

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Haiku Sunday (129)

Mother’s Day My mother is myWarrior, sage, friend, and hero.My mom is a gift.

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Haiku Sunday (128)

Blossoms explode likeFireworks on the tree, spraysOf hot pink and white.

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Haiku Sunday (127)

“I really must go.”Ice sighed, “It’s spring and I Belong to winter.”

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Haiku Sunday (126)

His life lost gave usMercy, grace & forgiveness,And hope for new life

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Haiku Sunday (125)

Spring busts its buttons,Blooms exploding with color,Trees heavy with hope.

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Haiku Sunday (124)

Poked a thousand times,Graphics that tell a story,Permanent stories. Haiku by guest Birdie Cramer

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Haiku Sunday (123)

Magical mushrooms,So earthy, bathed in butter,Love their mystery.

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Haiku Sunday (122)

Collecting seashells,Walking the lonely beach,Feet in sand and surf.

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Haiku Sunday (120)

In the storm’s eye,I meditate in the still,Firmly grounded in peace.