Monthly Archives: September 2012

A Rainy Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

  Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:     ———————————————–     Hand me my cane … andopen the window, I thinkyour husband is home.     ———————————————–      When my love is near,the world’s filled with happiness,and it … Continue reading

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An Autumn Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:   ———————–   Quiet fluttering,pirouetting in mid-air …butterfly’s ballet.   ——————————   Will you find a placeto rest your weary soul, andapplaud your journey?   ——————————–    In a hula shirt,he whistles on the … Continue reading

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A Friday Afternoon Escape to the Haikulodeon …

  This week’s heap of haikus:   (Special guest appearances by my friend David’s haikus, which are in bold italics)   ————————————-     Stillness on the lake,broken by the sound of loons,human ones I mean.     ——————————–     Yearnings … Continue reading

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A Flimsily Funny Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

    This week’s heap of haikus:       tanka haiku: Nearly Sixty-two, I shouldn’t feel so lost and all alone in Life. I know, I’m not alone … nor lost, but feelings still can feel.     ————————————— … Continue reading

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