This was written last month, but I thought it fit in with the “Through A Window” prompt on One Single Impression. Enjoy.
the girl squirms around in the back seat of
her daddy’s eighty-six taurus to watch out of
the back windshield disappearing palm trees
and green leaves, verdant dots and dashes
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I wrote this hay(na)ku chain for the Monday Mural prompt from Poefusion. This week’s mural is pictured above. Enjoy.
reveals blank skin
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This was written for the Read Write Poem prompt #34: “this little light of mine”. On the theme of “light” I played around with the hay(na)ku form, marrying regular and reverse hay(na)ku together in each stanza. “Light” is the result of my experiment. Enjoy.
in my dreams
from the stars
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