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-Haiku Nursery-

((** Natures Nurse **))

Hot temperatures
someone call the spring doctor
cold fertilizer

((** Early Bird **))

Fresh morning light
sweet SAP falling on my plate
Lego my Eggo

((** Desert Rose **))

In the dead of night
One star sings me a sad song
cactus feels my pain

((** Looks that kill **))

What else can I say?
Intrigue me with silence
look into my eyes

((** Home Sweet Home **))

End of road
my final destination
Next stop Olympus!

((** Heaven or Hell **)) 

Leave all dirt behind
Welcome mat above sunrise
running for the door


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The Internet: Return

A void of Facebook
Creativity dies here...

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Haiku - X 17 - A home -


                                             Drenched by the rain
                               Golden key fits perfectly in the door lock
                                       Home with lots of wet dog kisses

A-L  Andresen :)                      
                                              * contest: Leonora <3

(4th place in the contest)

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haiku 3

no phone call needed
secret of hidden key known
teddy bear on bed

©Donna Jones

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A good winter's cleaning

What are Cabinites                                                                                                          all things you find when cleaning                                                                                      cabinet dwellers

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HOME - 3

The Birch logs are stacked
Ready to feed the Woodstoves
My Soul is at rest

My Heart longs to be 
With my Most beloved : Lenore
I wait to go HOME

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Snow covered Mountain
Evergreens glisten in White
Spring is in the air

The Chimney billows
A warm cozy Welcome Home
My eyes Tear with Joy

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HOME - 2

I shant fall asleep
'til my eyes see Dawn's Sunrise
Kissing Mountain's Peak

'til I feel the warmth
of nature surrounding me
Knowing I AM HOME

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Play The Radio Get Up And Dance All Night Long Music Heals The Soul

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Cherry Blossoms Jamboree

Cherry blossoms bloom; the townspeople sing, laugh, dance: hope springs eternal.

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Haiku 11 - butterflies, dragonfly, old tree

gossamer wings pulsating in the air butterflies in flight a dragonfly skimming the water's surface taking a drink rugged and gnarled the bark of an old tree home to many insects

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This Land is My Land

Pastoral country
Where folks wave to passers by--
Farmers plowing

Exit 386
Wal-Mart, fast foods, and hotels-- 
Tourists stop

Modern businesses
Of every type one might need--
The short road to town

Refurbished storefronts
With arts antiques and barbers--
Downtown businesses

Houses big and small
Fill the local neighborhoods--
Quiet streets

State Parks, music fests
And neighborhood barbeques --

Outside of town
Beautiful farms and woodlands--
The rural folks

The river rises
Bringing water to my land --
Children in kayaks

The home of brave hearts
Who understand nature’s way --
King and rattlesnakes

The home of the free
Where people are seen smiling--
Live Oak, Florida

ã June 5, 2012
Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen

Written for Poetry Soup Member   MY LAND IS MY HOME 
Sponsored by: ~ SKAT ~

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                                             For love maintain love
                                      every one shows due respect 
                                                caresses others

                                               does appreciates
                                    treats with too much indulgence
                                               sacrificing hearts

                                              shed of four pillars
                                       all members are the builders
                                             a sweet happy home

For Contest:
Sponsored by Leonora Galinta

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Le Vacance Pretentieuse: Storm Part VI

Water licks your feet
Far cry from the beating sun
Desert sand to sea

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Dreary winter days.
Warm house, full dish, fresh litter.
We are happy cats.

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A Home

A Home

I find solace,
After day's weary jade,
My favourite home.

Written 21/5/13

Now Entered for contest "Home sweet home" by SKAT A

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Le Vacance Pretentieuse: Storm Part V

The English weather:
Rainclouds follow us from home
There is no escape.

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Sanka mountain house

snow covered nest                                                                                                     huddled hands in prayer                                                                                        dreams not forgotten

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Quandary - A Husband's Haiku

The dishes are done,
Kids are asleep and dreaming.
Want to watch T.V.?

Privacy at last.
The kids will not disturb us.
Want to hug and smooch?

The dishes are done.
No one will disturb us, but
She's got a headache.

Whatever I did,
It must have been bad, because
She keeps saying, "No."

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Le Vacance Pretentieuse: Storm Part II

The Med between us
The gusts make me think of you
Storms... it’s just like home.

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1-22-13 Number 2

Ring around the Moon,
This night be chrispy and cold,
Warmth within the home.

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Exhausted I am
Rest of house is full of it
Close my eyes.. demise

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fourth of july

Fourth of July..

Dead bodies, a cry
People must come back home soon…
Enough with the war!

To all of those brave men who will never be home to celebrate our Independence 
day this weekend, and the years to come!


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haiku 13

the sunset bleeds
on the city's silhouette--
stars peek out

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In the house of the silence
Thoughts and rooms are gray.
In the middle of memories,
All colors arise far way from home.

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Flourishing Urban Way

Spring arrived in yard.
To be nested and flourish
home waits vacations

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Weeks at Sea

any news is good
as long as I know life's there
back in my hometown

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i am so special
i am so special
i am a winner
not a loser
a conqueror, born to conquer
from zero, to a hero
from nothing, to something
nobody, to somebody
from grass, to grace
came out of darkness
to show my ways
my God created me special
i am so special
heavenly king, i will reign
power over sorrow 
and from pain
good in name
and of fame
good in spirit 
and in mind
one of it kind 
you will never, ever find
i am so special
so so special

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Quick-falling his large ears and bow, and my dog stare off
Ah, let me tell him again
I am not going out to play with you under the snows!

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                                           FINDING THE WAY HOME

                                                     lost trails
                                              wandering rivers 
                                                   forked tree

                                                  lark whistle
                                           bluster thunder echo
                                                baying dogs

                                                 night flutters
                                      fear sings on the breeze
                                                 hunger calls

                                                I am spring
                                           summer on my heels

                                              smoke dances
                                      light swims thru dim trees
                                             heart joy jumps

Victoria Anderson-Throop  2013

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Dirt Parade

House was clean all day
Dinner's dirt parade begins.
Kids now clean, not house!

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Stately Southern Mansions

(Haiku Suit) Stately pretty homes Some beautiful still today Relics from the past Still a Southern pride If their wall could only talk What secrets could tell Standing some still tall Nice historical mansions Jewels from the past Trees so grand and lush Surround them all 'round Elegant stately grounds Pretty as picture Much loved and desired today Historic delight. Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2012 September,24,2014

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The River

The Susquehanna
flows right through Luzerne County
that's where I grew up

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Every Lost

	My soul does not move
As people's gazes 
	Through a night that has failed.
From "Inland"

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    dripping tap drips
    while cottage creaks and squeaks -
    I dream for a sleep

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My Window

A square to look out of
everything I can see.
Closed at the eve of night
goodnight to thee.

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Less Trodden Path

Old native house

Less trodden narrow path to 

Flowery backyard 

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the true unwind haiku

the air is welcomed
right after a hard days work
beverage in hand....

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Native Home

Giant redwood trees
couldn’t dwarf my native home
spring-green yard upholds

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home is my jacket haiku

home is my jacket
that i can always count on
when warmth turns too cold....

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Spider Haiku

Silken Home Blows by
Spider eloquently flys
Its home a surprise

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remember that time

Remember the past?
When it was hard to last?
When people died left and right?
And went down with nearly a fight?

The ones who stood tall
And picked each other back up when they fall
The ones who believe in freedom
The ones who  fought to keep them

They kept pushing forward
Even when people fell backwards
They heard screaming through the night
And  heard words of fight

When the sun nearly rose
They had to get back on their toes
Only to walk head on into death
Everyone had words of distress 

They would unfold their little blankets to sleep
“I hope I get home alive” they weep
As  ones who struggle to carry on
Its their knees they fall upon

Crying tears of happiness to hold their loved ones again
Only to have their thoughts taken away from them
As the fire of guns ring in their head
And killed that guys best friend named Fred

Sirens of emergency ring
Our troops in green
Forward march ahead
In remembrance of that guy Fred

Victory they sing
As jolly bells ring
Time to go home guys
Thanks for letting our flag fly