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Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Four Haikus -Magpie Tales #46
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All very good! Nice Haiku Magpie.ReplyDelete
We're all quick off the mark this week - have we been waiting for Willows return?
Hope you had a great Christmas
Terrific stuff here--haikuReplyDelete
times four, a quadku,
or haikuad. Great way to
blossom into several
directions and alternatives.
/two empty hands/ always
meant honesty, acceptance
to native Americans, open
hands, open heart, arms
open; yet gloves mantle,
they cover up and deny
the touch so often needed.
I like the oracle of the
two lost gloves coming
together somewhere in
the universe, and creating
oneness, a pair.
Lovely haiku.... fun pieces.ReplyDelete
Those are great!ReplyDelete
The last one makes me smile. Good job on all.ReplyDelete
Warm soft gloves
Keep lovers hands cozy while
Happy New Year!
Lovely pieces and happy 2011 to you too.ReplyDelete
Would you consider creating 9 more, and then you could call itReplyDelete
"13 Ways of Looking at a Magpie"? (Just kidding!)
I really enjoyed having the variety of poems to read. Thanks.
Great haikus, kathew! You have a nice flow to it. Very good!ReplyDelete
Nice! I think I like the first one best, maybe because it made my Native American DNA tingle? ;^)ReplyDelete
Very good. I offer the sound of one finger snapping.ReplyDelete
High marks for your haikus!!!!ReplyDelete
Love, love the last one..all good and clever, though!ReplyDelete
Oh very good, each and every one of them.ReplyDelete
Like a steel trap; Your mind that is.
Love them all. Happy New Year :)ReplyDelete
Loved the second and third haiku very muchReplyDelete
Full of good ideas.ReplyDelete
Great way to start the new year..with three choices....have a good one Kathe....bkmReplyDelete
Oh, snap. That third one is awesome.ReplyDelete
4 very good haiku and I cannot do one enjoyed them allReplyDelete
Dear Kathe: Definitely love Haiku #2...sounds positive and sweet!ReplyDelete
Although, I do love all of them, however, but I think you scored a home run with Number 2!!!Happy New Year 2011!!!
Nice group of haikus, the third is especially excellent. Thanks for all your visits and comments,kathew, and Happy New Year.ReplyDelete
I loved that last one--full of humor! That was great! LOLReplyDelete
I admire people who, like yourself, can write poetry like this. You make it seem effortless.
Have a wonderful New Year--and thank you for stopping by!
This was fun and my favorite was definitely this one (your humor cracks me up!):ReplyDelete
Two lost gloves
One right - one left make a pair
but that last sky shot?
you have such mindful imaginations,ReplyDelete
I like them all - clever. Very nice!ReplyDelete
Wow you are amazing four haikus for the prompt....love them all Kathe! Happy New Year to you as well! :-)ReplyDelete