Category Archives: Haiku

PASTEL LIT DUSK

A pale orange moon, rising veiled by gray cloud stripes dusk’s sunshine for my walk.

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SUNNY TUESDAY SPRUNG

May sunny Tuesday. As a creature of Spring disguised But Summer’s bloom.has popped.

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ROUND RUBBER HAIKU ON A STRING (flown in from the Archives)

Dear Readers, As always, I am so grateful for your interest in my work. I thank you for all the views, likes and comments you continue to bring here. I happened across this poem, a string of haiku, handwritten in … Continue reading

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AT THE BEACH BY THE BAY

lass packed sand off my barefoot path I goof, behold the shell-decked castle

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HAIR-COO

My hair grows long hot like silk against my neck I do not like it

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SOFT HEART HAIKU

fine Friday evening slow segue to night from day my soft heart pleasing.

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BALLOONS ALOFT

Round, rubber balloons plumped up with helium in umpteen colors let go tied on strings and see the bundle scatter wafting up skyward sailing festive spheres traveling on a summer breeze in a bright blue sky puffed up white clouds … Continue reading

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