Monthly Archives: June 2014

Another Typical Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

      Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:     A Times Square haiku quintet:    The statue of George M. Cohan in Times Square before the glut overwhelmed it. Riding through Times Square greatly saddens me. Have we … Continue reading

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A Pleasant Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

  Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: Through each tortured night, he tossed and turned in bed, then dreamt of his ex-wives. — The train ‘clacks’ along. I stare out the window as lush meadows pass by. — Tending your … Continue reading

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A Seasonably Warm Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

    Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: A broken dream is only formed when we define its ending. Play on! — Wishing for rainbows is fine, but refracting light through a prism … works.   — Though she pined … Continue reading

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A Sunny and Mild Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

    Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: tanka haiku: On Omaha Beach, the allied forces changed the world as we know it. Looking back 70 years, what was done there still awes us. — a tanka haiku warning: Don’t … Continue reading

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