It’s been a year since I’ve taken on the challenge to write a haiku everyday. Before 2014-11-19, I was only writing a haiku tweet about once a month. I had only starting writing haiku tweets in 2014 after my grandpa passed away. On 2014-10-01, I wrote my first haiku tweet in over 10 months. Huge… Continue reading Reflecting on a Year of “Daily” Haiku →
This, the last haiku/ Very few syllables left/ Counting down to none (Credit: Trevor)
Wind may knock down trees/ Limbs torn from body, scattered/ The forest yet lives
Learn to be here now/ Careful: try to dodge bullets/ Happy: take a hike
Forty eight letters/ Haiku references self/ “E” occurs 10 times
“An apple a day/ Keeps the doctor away.” Wow!/ Forget insurance!
Anniversary/ Earth returns to starting spot/ We tally the laps
Brooding or a bro/ No sexy enthusiasts/ Lackadaisical
Toe meets furniture/ Unprepared for sudden crash/ Walker howls like wolf
Oh, what a feeling/ We’re dancing on the ceiling/ Where is gravity?