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Haiku--More or Less Regular

by Wayne Thomas (Age: 67)
copyright 02-17-2007

Age Rating: 10 +

Terrified mice duck
for cover in old car seat--
Boy with basketball.

My sister kissed me!
First girl to cross my lips--
but Lord, my sister!

Girl in yellow shorts
skimming stones across the pond--
look! five in a row!

Frog dives, stays under
water like a submarine.
But at night he sings!

One egret feather
floating across my window--
wonder who lost it.

Stone lantern in my
garden, capped with snow as if
plum trees were blooming--

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        04-02-2014     Frank Fields        

I think the fifth is really nice. They all are, really, but that one appeals to me on several different levels. Wish we could five for each. Will you settle for 5 now, + a large dose of appreciation? ^^

Frank :)

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