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Haiku Sunday (138)

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

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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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Keep Private

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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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Born Orginals​

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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 (124)

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

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Haiku Sunday (118)

A fine feathered fern,Dared to brush against her hand,Drawn to her warm skin

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Haiku Sunday (114)

Going to church on chrome,Cuts, flying colors and old ink,Leathers, patches and speed.

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Haiku Sunday (113)

Tequila Sunrises,Dress in the ethereal light,Dance elegantly

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Hugging

We hug others when we’re excited to see each other, happy, or sad. Hugging is generally, universally comforting. But beyond comfort, hugging makes us healthier and happier. Here’s how.

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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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Cultivating a Slow Life

Over the past year, I’ve been making a real effort to slow down and appreciate the little things in life….

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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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On Minimalism

It’s been more than two and a half years since I decluttered my home. My daughter and I had heard…

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Practice What You Know

I have a sign on my wall that says, ‘Practice what you know.” It sounds simple. Over the years I have…

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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…