Here are the haiku written within the last week. I will add the last two days of the month's haiku by Saturday.
the smell of damp socks on
This haiku I wrote to use for my Christmas Day haiga. I actually found this photo by Francis P. Johnson first, then wrote the haiku to fit.
always, always, always
something I forgot
nothing special when one
lives with a cat
of a cat's breath
the end-of-year review
while I can still hear the birds
...ravings of a twit
all that remains
of snow limited to white
my only bling:
dried fruit in my oatmeal
New Year's Eve
© Diane Mayr, all rights reserved.
Here's wishing you all a 2017 full of haiku hope and happiness, justice and peace.
In my new home, I do have radiators, and I love that socks and mittens can be draped on them to dry, warm, too! Love this, Diane.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Linda. Many an older home has rusty radiators from the mittens and socks of past generations!Delete
My favorites this week are 12/26 and 12/28. If only we could have a cat for president instead of a raving twit! I've enjoyed haikuing with you this month, Diane. Wishing you one day at a time and some pleasant surprises in 2017.ReplyDelete