A Really Good Friday Afternoon at the Haikulodeon

Here are some wonderful Easter and spring thoughts for you to enjoy from our Mr. Smith.

The haikulodeon

Here’s this week’s heap of haikus:

The Easter Bunny
scared her so much, she went to
church without a peep.

Celebrities are,
of late, dropping faster than
consonants down South.

haiku factories
should not use slave labor as
they complain a lot.

Writing is easy
Comedy (discipline), hard.
So … I do haiku.

My heart lives near the
sycamores which still blossom
after ev’ry rain.

The small magpie roosts
on a flowering plum tree,
a warm sun shining.

tanka haiku:

Clinging to her form,
the diaphanous gown made
her ethereal.

As she stood in the moonlight,
she glowed with Love’s own glory.

By the lilly pond,
she shed her inhibitions,
and from there, we fell.

Tulips in the field
chase away receding snow
clearing paths for Spring

No longer straight-laced,
They have, no doubt, lost their soles …
( When…

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