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Haiku

Strong Enough to Bend


The limber willow

does not argue with the wind

and yet it survives.


Inspired by a conversation between Master Khan and his Disciple Cain, on the TV show Kung Fu.

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Haiku Poetry

What Six Words Are You?


Me? teaches children

helps and encourages folks.

What six words are you?


Photo by Arno Senoner on Unsplash

https://allhaiku.com/2021/02/06/six-words-about-you/

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Haiku

Close Encounters

Photo by Betty Chambers, from Chambers On the Road

A tiny space ship

and lots of alien tracks.

E.T., please come back!


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Haiku

Cliffs Above Tulum

Photo by Betty Chambers from Chambers on the Road.

On the craggy rocks

azure ocean foams the shore.

People under palms.


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Haiku questions

Maybe

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

Maybe you are right.

Maybe you have it all wrong.

Only time will tell.


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Haiku Joy

Evergreen


On the snow-fogged peak

the lonely evergreens smile.

Such emptiness. Joy!


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Haiku

Perspective


“How large is too large?”

said the wise, soaring eagle.

The gnat said, “How small?”


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Haiku Joy

Whose Joy?


This joy that I have,

the world can’t take it away

It belongs to God.


You will go out in joy and be led forth in peace;

Isaiah 55:12a
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Haiku Poetry

Biting Wind


On the sleeping grass

the biting wind meets the leaves.

Tomorrow? Same thing.


“Blowing Leaves” by alexabboud is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

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Haiku

TEAM!


“It is not my job.”

Such a silly thing to say.

Check out the sled dogs!