Category Archives: haiku

Beware of Foxes

Beware of foxes Dressed in their Sunday finest – Deceitful tricksters (By PoeticMeditations)

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Glories of the Morn (haiku)

  A little something for the winter blues: Glories of the morn heads uplifted towards the sky trumpeting their praise      

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Jasmine

          A colleague gave me a jasmine blossom the other day. I taped it to my lapel, and through out the day, every time I happened to look down, I caught a whiff of its sweet, … Continue reading

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“Ring” (Haiku)

The head priest of Kiyomizu Temple has brushed this year's kanji, 鈴 (rin or wa meaning “circle” or “ring” selected by a national survey conducted annually by the Japan Kanji Aptitude Testing Foundation. The popularity of the kanji may be … Continue reading

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“Apple Pie” (Haiku)

First apple pie of the season. Spent three hours in the kitchen, but the bagful of red Washington apples at the market was just too delicious-looking to pass up. Apple pie baking warm, sweet aroma wafting – memories of home

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“To the Evening Star” (Haiku)

TO THE EVENING STAR Across the ocean to this place you’ve followed me – Faithful companion

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A Taste of Honey

“We didn’t just read poetry, we let it drip from our tongues like honey.” John Keating, Dead Poets Society Happened upon a small, tented farmer’s market and was delighted to find Robert W. Hughes selling jars of his honey. Most … Continue reading

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