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Orange, red and green,

Hang waving in unison,

Before the blue sky.

Bright and beautiful,

Crisp, clean, breezes blowing south,

Cat upon the fence.

Glory today shows,

Creator's magical gift,

Wish it would remain.

Blessings of Peace,

Al

Just such a beautiful, wonderful day outside today...one of those days that define "Fall". I'm probably not getting much better at haiku, even after reading a couple of e-books (thank you kobo.com) on the theory and process. So much I don't understand about it! I'd do better at drawing or painting a picture of it, but who knows...enough practice I might get it right one of these times, yes? :unsure:

Edited by Atwater Vitki

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moonlight carves the night

sharp echoes shatter away

wind dancing shadows

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Veri, nice to see you back! :)

Now that I know more

I know that I don't know much

You know what I mean?

Edited by Decline

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good to see you too

Veri, nice to see you back! :) Now that I know more I know that I don't know much You know what I mean?

good to see you too

I know I don't know anything

is that what you mean?

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Unknown, yet despised

hated just for being me

yet we never met

reject in your eyes

standards you call purity

imposed on those you choose

killed before I lived

at least within a mind closed down

to offers of friendship

you say you do not kill

worse: you only wish me dead

unfit by your rules.

Edited by BrDevon

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Smoke from ancient peat

Malted grains, clear spring water.

Uisge Beatha: Slainte!

And to answer the question in the thread title - haiku is the plural.

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Two friends suffer loss:

Hearts lay bare exposed to grief -

"I'm sorry" 's not enough.

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