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Haiku Sunday (96)

Dahlias Delightful Dahlias, Dazzling depths of dark orange, Dandy and Dashing. Advertisements

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The Midnight Train

Signaling the departure of your stay, Hungry for dark, you feel the midnight train Lurch, stretch, jostle, strain, and sway As…

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Haiku Sunday (92-95)

Oktoberfest My Oktoberfest Began with a mug of beer, Ice cold and frothy. My Oktoberfest, Packed with singing and swilling,…

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Just To Be With You

Romance me, Autumn, with the changing of your leaves. Breathe on me the woodsy scents carried on your breeze. Kiss…

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Nomad

Highways and byways And long lonely nights. Sunbeams and river streams, Rough seas and stones. Friendless and sleepless, No tent…

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Haiku Sunday (91)

Promises Underneath the tree, He promised me a future, Better than the past.      

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Here I Stay and Wait

Spaces among the stars, Warm beaches near the sun, Save your precious beauty; Cast no light upon my fragile heart….

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Haiku Sunday (89-90)

Summer and Autumn Embrace and dance together, Passing the baton. Their colors kissing, An annual fleeting romance, But oh how…

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Haiku Sunday (86-88)

This Haiku is reminiscent of the days of old. The ancient Egyptians accomplished astonishing architectural feats. The also took many…

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Haiku Sunday (82-85)

Love Had Just Arrived Paris was trouble, Just a string of broken hearts, So he had to leave. London was…

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Haiku Sunday (81 & 82)

The Devil was Dead She had had enough, And burned his house to the ground, The devil was dead. She…

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Haiku Sunday (77-80)

She She was done waiting, She had waited for years, Waiting for his love. She packed her suitcase, She’d be…

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Haiku Sunday (75 & 76)

Liberty and Freedom Take not for granted, Your liberty and Freedom, They are vanishing. As we turn our eyes To…

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Time We Took To Travel

Marvin Hartley Bell is a poet and teacher who was the first Poet Laureate of Iowa. Bell was raised on…

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Haiku Sunday (74)

The Night Sky He sailed the night sky, Constellations as his map. Dreaming of new life.

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Haiku Sunday (73)

Summer Intoxicating, Summer scents cling to the air. Stirring desire.

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Haiku Sunday (72)

The Storm Divine power surge, Churning up the wind and waves, Raw and unharnessed.

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Haiku Sunday (69-71)

Mehndi The family arrived, The bridal Mehndi applied, The groom was surprised. She looked so refined, Such an intricate design,…

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Haiku Sunday (66-68)

Lost at Sea Do you remember, Walking, fingers intertwined? Oh, how you loved me. I’m missing you now, Miles away…

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Haiku Sunday (63-65)

Kingdoms Ancient kingdoms lost, Heros born to save the day, Ancient kingdoms won. Men and monsters fight Against those hiding…

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Haiku Sunday (61-62)

Fireworks The sky is ablaze, Dazzling colors of red, Bursting white and blue. Whistling rockets, Fountains spewing small sparkles While…

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Haiku Sunday (58-60)

For the Love of Dogs Is there anything Sweeter than the acceptance And love of a dog? Unconditional, Forgiving and…

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Haiku Sunday (54-57)

Summer Blueberries Summer blueberries, Exploding inside my mouth. Nature’s little treat. Humble blueberries, Waiting for nimble fingers, To quickly pluck…

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Haiku Sunday (54-56)

The Photographer His eyes were open. He saw what no one else did. He held a power. He held the…

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Haiku Sunday (51 – 53)

A Walk in the Clouds He walked in the clouds, He was searching for the path To get to Heaven….