Category Archives: Haikus and other poems

On Pistachios

 

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On the Jumbotron  You handle things well or not Two kinds of people

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Bad situation mitigated.                                                   Fodder for poems and other such suches, sure. Steinbeckian relief served in a tin cup, by the fire drawing in the sand, figuring next figures:                 … Continue reading

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It’s not horrible, But it ain’t so great neither: Biking home in rain.

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While in the metro, Except turtle green jacket, We all are blended.

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On Stacking Chairs

Closing: chairs come in                                                                                                               Corner stacks messy and neat                                                                                                    Makes me want to help I wrote this haiku when I was in London at the Founders Arms, but it’s a feeling I have no matter where I am.  Usually, I’m … Continue reading

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Ridiculous

Fork in my yogurt Impractical yet needed A pain in my side

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