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Napowrimo 24 – senryu unmasked

for  Heeding haiku, who would like us to pretend. Live at one remove: exist through a viewfinder to protect  from hurt. Or Take off the veneer, dive into reality – live life unashamed

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Sleep

Swaddled in silence somnolence drifts over all – a cocoon of calm. Words are forgotten, luscious dreams take centre stage, day takes curtain call.

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Rescue

Please rescue my muse so poetry flows again from my inert pen. for Haiku Heights

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Wisdom

The wisdom of fools, living life in innocence, and true happiness.  for Haiku Heights  

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Heiku Heights Challenge 11

Possible We can do it all – whatever we set our mind to with resolution http://haiku-heights.blogspot.fr/2012/04/april-heights-day-11-123-possible.html

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Haiku Heights Challenge day 8

PLAY The umpire said “Play” Two men in white began. Back and forth they hit the ball at jet speed across the net side to side. Sound of running feet, the thwack of racquet, excited roars from the crowd, tennis … Continue reading

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Heights of Haiku Challenge 4

Doubt Doubts come to confound the truth with muddled logic and refuse to leave * Undoubtedly Spring, then unseasonable snow covered  the blossom * There may be no plums no bees have  yet visited delicious blossom.  http://haiku-heights.blogspot.fr/2012/04/april-heights-day-4-116-doubt.html

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Heights of Haiku Challenge 3

Harbour After storm at sea lights of home harbour beckon, a welcome relief. * In a ferry port all is coming and going excitement and fear. * The safest haven at the end of every day – a welcoming bed. for Day 3 … Continue reading

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Heights of Haiku challenge 2

A bustling townscape frenetic, stressed, unhealthy – created by man. A moorland landscape deserted, desolate, wild – home for God’s creatures http://haiku-heights.blogspot.fr/2012/04/april-heights-day-2 deserted

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Childhood

  Blessed oblivion to the woes of this mad world: child in happy home Direst misery without enough to nourish: child in famine zone The prompt at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/HaikuHeights/~3/zTvgJqcr3rU/haiku-heights-110-childhood.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email  is childhood. There are too many different kinds of childhood.

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haiku challenge 29

Flybe to be here to find my lovely daughter to stay for a week, here with my family. Yesterday was a journey as was this challenge. The challenge journey has been joyful hard labour – a haiku a day. The … Continue reading

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haiku challenge 28

I’m living the dream in France , as Vivinfrance – a logical name. A logical name for this rural perfection, that is my life here. A life of poetry, quilting, blogging with good friends: that’s living the dream The prompt today is to write a … Continue reading

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HAIKU CHALLENGE 27

  A long time ago the unthinkable happened. Please, never  again.   Written for The Haiku Challenge 2012 – http://pendownmythought.blogspot.com/2012/01/haiku-challenge-is-back.html

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haiku challenge 25

Cult cultivate flowers, fruit, salads, vegetables – a sane way to live   for http://pendownmythought.blogspot.com/2012/01/haiku-challenge-is-back.html

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haiku challenge 22

Paint the Image Legs twirl, toes spring up joyful dance of grace, beauty – her youth gives delight. http://pendownmythought.blogspot.com/2012/02/haiku-challenge-2012-29-days-29-haiku_22.html

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