Apr 30

Haiku 1047

Posted: under Alison's Haiku, Daily Haiku.
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by Alison

by Alison

a dark rainbow

protects my skin –

black bucket hat

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Apr 30

Haiku 1046

Posted: under Daily Haiku, Kelly's Haiku.
Tags: , , , , , , April 30th, 2012

The Road to Han Min: 3

by Kelly

by Kelly

I pray for patience

empathy, courage, health, love —

we’ll come home parents

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Apr 26

Haiku 1044

Posted: under Daily Haiku, Kelly's Haiku.
Tags: , , , , , , April 26th, 2012

The Road to Han Min: 2

by Kelly

by Kelly

he will have to wait

a year to see these flowers —

this thought brings sadness

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Apr 19

Haiku 1043

Posted: under Daily Haiku, Kelly's Haiku.
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The Road to Han Min: 1

by Kelly

by Kelly

Three trips to Target.

Where is reassurance stocked?

Motherhood is near.

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Apr 16

Haiku 1042

Posted: under Daily Haiku, Kelly's Haiku.
Tags: , , , , April 16th, 2012

by Kelly

by Kelly

late at night he sleeps

the bathroom clock ticks and tocks

winter moves back in

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Apr 13

Haiku 1041

Posted: under Daily Haiku, Kelly's Haiku.
Tags: , , April 13th, 2012

by Kelly

by Kelly

Hubby’s not home yet

I’m drunk off one Dos Equis —

hosta tips emerge

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Apr 07

Haiku 1039

Posted: under Daily Haiku, Kelly's Haiku.
Tags: , , , April 7th, 2012

by Kelly

by Kelly

magnolia in bloom —

through the blossoms I spy

a nest

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Apr 06

Haiku 1038

Posted: under Alison's Haiku, Daily Haiku.
Tags: , , , , April 6th, 2012

by Alison

by Alison

It’s been a hard week –

“Like” our* Soap Fu Facebook page

and help cheer me up!

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* Soap Fu is a business that I have started with my good friend, Clara who is a master at felting soap. Come check out our Facebook page to learn more!

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Apr 04

Haiku 1037

Posted: under Daily Haiku, Kelly's Haiku.
Tags: , , , , , , , April 4th, 2012

by Kelly

by Kelly

How many haiku

have I composed while in bed

and lost by morning?

I’ve been a bad, bad haiku blogger in the past month. After February and my one-haiku-each-day pledge, it must seem to any Haiku By Two readers that my haiku muscle siezed up. But that’s not necessarily true. I’ve composed many haiku in the days since NaHaiWriMo ended. It’s just that I never got around to posting them online, and now, I fear, those never-recorded poems are hopelessly lost. Yet some things have been changing in my life recently. My husband and I are preparing to become parents. This will be our first child. In preparation, I’ve left my job. March, it seemed, was one big rush to “tie up loose ends.” And now I’ve got some time on my hands. I guess one could say I’m currently living in the calm before the storm. I’m hoping haiku can help me through this waiting game.

 

 

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