Obviate: A Haiku

Beaches, shells, and gulls Blue Skies, and coconut rum… Weight…Obviate. (Weight and Stress…synonymous) Word of the Day: Obviate

Siren’s Song…A Haiku

Indigo amiss Chasm to fathoms below Sea’s eternal bliss. Heeding Haiku With Chèvrefeuille Challenge:  Cooling Down Word of the Day:  Lullaby Daily Addiction:  Infinite FOWC with Fandango:  Unknown RDP:  Whisper

Retrospective…a Haiku

20/20 sight Oh Knowledgable array  In Retrospective   *** Looking for healthy AND delicious recipes?  Visit Kate & Amy’s LCHF recipes. Give them a like and a follow! *** Daily Prompt:  Retrospective  

Awkward…a Haiku

So, do you like cheese? Awkward is my middle name… I suck at flirting.     *** Daily Prompt:   Awkward  

Haiku: Crank

  Old dying man said, “Life is but a Model T,   to thrive…crank’er up!” The Daily Post:  Crank  

Silently…it dies…

  A loophole…peace…hope to gain… A place to hide…to escape the pain? Yes, this has happened…and that has too… Regret…of all these things I do. Where is this place…of which I search? Standing…bleeding…covered in dirt, My face ashamed…I am a disgrace. I guess this loophole…an imagined place….? I look…your eyes…and find it not there… Just…

Haiku: America Bleeds

[WP’s daily prompt = Allergic] +  [Writer’s Block Prompt = Diet] =  Haiku: America Bleeds ***                               A diet of hate,                           And no allergen to greed America bleeds……

How to Swallow a Bitter Pill

(A Haiku) Down the hatch, it goes, with a little sugar cane.  Bitter pill, be gone! *** Moral of this Haiku:  If you dread it…do it…then it is done. *** Daily Prompt: Bitter        

From Snowflakes to Blanket

I’m a little snowflake, I drift about.   Looking for injustice, hear me shout.   You label me as liberal, and think me lame.   But I embrace your symbol, and use it for my name!   Snowflakes are small, and they seem quite frail.   But when we come together, we are a force…

Haiku: Controversy

Anger, hate and doubt, Faith, love, hope; your choice to be. Great Controversy! Haiku is so much fun!  It’s like a math problem combined with a crossword puzzle.  You only have 17 syllables to get your point across; and those syllables must be stacked in a  5-7-5  format.  Often the first and second lines are at odds…