Tag: haiku

Teenagers

Comes in like the plague Clear out the pantry Leave with new mudprints I don’t know about you, but this looks like an average dinner to me a few years ago. Once I started to realize that gluten was a problem I ate a little less (my body started to recognize what I was eating

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Fare Thee Well My Friend

Here I swim around. Fun is hardly found ’round here. No friends and rare food. That may be the life of the sad beta fish above, but a much larger tank in the Atlantic City Aquarium shows much happier seahorses. I think the fish at the Denver Aquarium, which I visited last Winter, were happiest,

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Haiku

I`d be the first to admit that I`m scared of haikus. I used to be quite proud of my ability to use the short and strict form to make something beautiful, but then I was told by my Japanese teacher that mine was the worst in the class. (She actually said a lot of nice

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Poetry Challenge Week: Day 6

Wow, we are almost at the end of our challenge! What a surprise. This week has flown by so fast, and been such fun! Not quite caught up to where we are? You can still catch the instant replay here. Day 1: Find A Poem You Like Day 2: Write The First Line in a

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