march thirty one: national haiku writing month, #11

Hopefully I can stay caught up now. Here’s my National Haiku Writing Month, #11

haiku:  dodging cars

groundhog crossed the street

he almost didn’t make it

to see his shadow

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march thirty one: national haiku writing month, #8, #9, and #10

Sunday Morning

Sunday Morning (Photo credit: jspaw)

I’m still playing catch up so here are more haiku to catch me up through the first 10 days of National Haiku Writing Month. Enjoy!

haiku for the work week (written on April 29, 2012)

Sunday, day of rest

take time to recuperate

prepping for Monday

haiku for Music Of The Past (written on April 28, 2012) (this poem was inspired by the fact that for the last few days, old school songs from the 80s, 90s, and most recently the 60s, have been popping in my head very randomly.)

music in my head

Old School was a way of life

where is the talent?

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march thirty one: national haiku writing month, #6 and #7

November

November (Photo credit: Cape Cod Cyclist)

I’m so behind on my National Haiku Writing Month, but here are some retro haiku wrote back throughout 2012, so that I can catch up.  Enjoy!

GPS Haiku  ( written on November 12, 2012)

What if I turn left?

Who will help me go right?

Find your direction

 

waiting for my hook up (written on July 31, 2012)

lots of facts and news

time is filled with NPR

where’s my internet?

 

march thirty one: national haiku writing month, #4 and #5

Reduction of flood and associated extreme weat...

Reduction of flood and associated extreme weather costs is the primary benefit of climate change mitigation. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

I forgot to write a haiku for national haiku writing month yesterday so today you get two.

 

#4

 

memory loss

 

plan. write. remember

 

easy to say harder done

 

memory is short

 

#5

 

extreme weather

 

snow is everywhere

 

almost didn’t make it home

 

too bad no snow day

 

 

 

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