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.)
 
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Honky-tonk music
spilled from an open window.
We danced in the street.
 
 
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haiku: He was on a lark,
driving to New Orleans, to
hear some Dixieland.
 
 
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 In my dreams last night,
I ran through fields of clover …
and there, I found you.

 
 
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Across that river,
Lies the land where dreams still thrive.
We must build a bridge.
 
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Sitting in his room,
pondering his hopes and dreams,
he fell fast asleep.
 
 
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He was mesmerized,
not by her beauty, but by
how sweetly she laughed.
 
 
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On the bus ride home,
she reached into her pocket,
and found his love note.
 
 
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When I feel most lost,
I’ll wander through a garden,
for all paths lead there.
 
 
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Angels do not fly;
they’re lifted by God’s hand and
placed where there is need.

 

 
Respond-ku from a friend:

That’s interesting.
But, perhaps, a distinction,
without a diff’rence.

 
 
I beg to differ,
those giant flapping wings can
be quite distracting.
 
 
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 If you wish to know,
you will find a way to learn.
If you don’t … you won’t.
 
 
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tanka haiku: I wish for my friends
to have their dreams come true, and
my enemies too.

    (Unless, of course, their dreams are
    to do me harm or kill me.)

 
 
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Playfully placing
his hand upon her waist, thrilled
him beyond measure.
 
 
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Whether at War or
fighting a Chronic Disease,
Courage will rise up.

 
 
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Double haiku: Things I saw today:
a “punk” played with his yo-yo,
’til his bus arrived.

An old woman with
a used walker. wearing a
Nike Warm-up suit.

 
 
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After the downpour,
the neon lights of Broadway
shimmered in puddles.
 
 
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tanka haiku re-dux: Yes, you know my heart,
For we are kindred spirits,
Walking the same path.
    But stay wary, my friend, for
    Paths, like lover’s hearts, may turn.
 
 
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 I think he enjoyed
being silly the most, when
she was serious.
 
 
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Don’t hesitate to
voice your own opinions … just
try not to sound dumb.
 
 
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Eagerly, she looked
in the Cracker Jack box, but …
found no diamond ring.
 
 
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When World AS Day
falls on Cinco de Mayo:
Back-oh de Uh-Oh.
 
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