Monthly Archives: July 2016

A Tweet-Baiting Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

        Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:           Heartfelt homilies give Sunday morning breakfasts ample food for thought.         —           We may never know what … Continue reading

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A Blissfully Ignorant Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

  Quietly, the dusk soothes the ocean waters and calms the day for night. (Photo courtesy Kristina Rebelo)       Here’s the rest of this week’s heap of haikus: Special Edition: *You-Do-the-Haiku* Special Guest haiku by my pal, Jim … Continue reading

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A Non-Dystopian Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

    Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: Love may seem like a fallowed field, but Love won’t yield a random harvest.   — Though living in the best of all possible worlds Candide still hatesTrump. (Just-for-fun Bonus:  What is … Continue reading

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An Unindicted, Unendorsed Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

  Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:   There the old man sat, sullen as deaf dogs in church, eyeing his grand-kids.     —       Dogs lie lazily, on a Summer’s afternoon, too hot to chase birds. … Continue reading

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Another Star-Spangled Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

    Here’s this week’s heap of haikus: 4th of July-ku:   The rockets’ red glare, bombs bursting in air, gave proof that we love fireworks.   — Toshiro lit the firecracker while his sisters watched with excitement.     … Continue reading

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