Monthly Archives: May 2012

This week’s heap of haikus – 5-25-2012

  This week’s heap of haikus:     —————————   Things I saw today;Naval ships in the Hudson,homeless in the streets.   ———————————–     A day for baseballruined by a thunderstorm …puddles at third base.     ————————————-   … Continue reading

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This week’s heap of haikus – 5-18-2012

It is a small world …connected to oxygen …don’t get around much.  – When I spoke to my nearly 94 year old mom the other night, she told me that she had tried to write a haiku. (I had sent her … Continue reading

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This week’s heap of haikus 5/11/2012

This week’s heap of haikus:     ‘midst purple flowers, a hummingbird suspended in mid-air … awesome.     ——————————————-     Things I saw today;2 year olds wearing hoodies,old men without canes.     ————————————     Squirming, squealing kids,make life a … Continue reading

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Oops … Out of Order – Last week’s heap of haikus – 4-27-2012

  Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:    “Thou and I are too wise to woo peaceably.” (Andso, they sparred with words.) (Happy 448th Birthday this past week, William Shakespeare.)       Photo: Me playing Benedict in Much Ado … Continue reading

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This week’s heap of haikus – 05-04-2012

Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:       Things I saw today:Newlyweds on bridle path,Cruise ship without pier.   (note: All ‘things’ mentioned in the ‘Things I saw today’ haikus were seen on the day the haiku was written on my ride to or from work.)   —————————–   … Continue reading

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