Marching Through Another Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

Enjoy our Mr. Smith here also.

The haikulodeon

Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:

I was so mad, I
threw the couch thru the TV
(minus the pillows.)

Our connection to
the past may be much closer
than we imagined.

Photo of my father’s mother, Sarah Howard Smith born -1881, died – 1938. )

The sun was stymied,
but blue skies infused the clouds,
a dark hope prevailed.

(Thanks to Kristina Rebelo for the use of her photograph)

Glorious sunset,
you’ve taken my breath away
and lured me to dream.

(Thanks to Kristina Rebelo for the use of her photograph)

Though fragile hearts need
whispered blessings, they also
need your steady hand.
Compassion for those
that never got sick … Old age
will be quite a shock.


Sometimes we forget;
before we ski down mountains,
we first must climb them.

By a waterfall

The lovers had a picnic,

ev’rything got…

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