Monthly Archives: September 2013

Fall Foliage Peaks on a Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

      Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:   As autumn leaves fall, we must prepare for winter, and dream of next spring. — Simply looking back … Well, Honestly, what’s the point, if you can’t re-write? — My … Continue reading

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An Autumn Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

  Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:  Autumn at the beach; looks like a picture postcard. Vibrant hues, cool temps. — There are time limits to infallibility … Ask Galileo. — Autumn arrives with colorful foliage and orchards to harvest. … Continue reading

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A Sober Rain Falls on a Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: — A stone partition never stops my neighbor’s dog from barking at me. — Borne upon the wind, Forrest’s feather dips and twirls; Capricious Nature. — Know this, my sweet child, precious are the … Continue reading

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Too Late to be a Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

    Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: A suicidal watermelon’s a sure sign that Summer’s over. ( Un-retouched photo of W. 108th St. sidewalk last Monday morning. ) — (So, I said to myself, “It’s September, maybe you could … Continue reading

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