#234 of 365 – 6 Haiku about a lot of different stuff

6 Haiku about a lot of different stuff

 

in a sauna daze

sweat, toxins dripping away

so I can be pure

 

 

wearing boxing gear

I feel less afraid, but still

don’t want to get hit

 

 

so enamored by

later, now loses appeal

till it’s in the past

 

 

time is a friend that

won’t leave without you until

you’re in a hurry

 

 

long fluffy white beard

the little girl wonders why

Santa is homeless

 

 

blues is a river

naked and too deep to cross

without getting soaked

 

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About Blackbird

Poet, sculptor, writer, spouse, parent, crazy person - not necessarily in that order.
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12 Responses to #234 of 365 – 6 Haiku about a lot of different stuff

  1. pi314chron says:

    Epigrammatic, sad, whimsical, poignant…these ARE a mixed bag but so is Trail Mix! 😛
    And I love Trail Mix! I believe I’ll just think of these as Trail Mix on steroids! The third and fifth gems are for choice! Lovely, lovely, lovely!!

    (“looses” should be “loses” but who sweats the small stuff?!)

  2. Starralee says:

    I so relate to “now loses appeal till it’s in the past”; and how heartbreaking, “Santa is homeless”–oh my goodness.

    • Blackbird says:

      Yeah…there are so many homeless I’m almost numb to who they might be. But every so often I see someone that, for whatever reason, touches the nerve of sadness about the reality of people whose lives, real day to day lives, are being lived on the streets. Where did they come from and what got them to where they are?

  3. T. D. Davis says:

    Lots of really nice stuff here.

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