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Love Train Haiku

ATTRACTION,,,,,

                    Eyes glued to body,
                    Roaming from head to toe,
                    Drooling mouth water...

FIRST LOVE,,,,,,
                    
                    A sudden attack,
                    Swept off your feet,
                    Above cloud nine...

IN LOVE,,,,,,,,,,,

                    Communication amazing,
                    Thoughts wave connect,
                     Heart beating as one...
   

               My first HAIKU


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ZOOKEEPER

Lookin' after pests
Keepin' a CLOSE eye on 'em
"Those wild animals!"

Roamin' around zoo
Searchin' for sneaky monkey
Hidin' in a tree

Zookeeper gets mad
"Where's Marty, the smartypants!?"
"He TOOK my cage keys!"


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My true love

Not a day, week, month or a year, chased her non-stop.
I love her, she claimed, she has no solution of my madness,
my love is true, she said, you are boring, i feel stress,
you 've no dare to express feelings you tried me to bind with a rope,
why do i merry you, you are waste and has no hope?


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Great expectations

Great expectations
of all metals to win the clay:
Seasons`cuneiforms ...


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TEMPLE OF DREAMING

The last leaf perfumed a forehand,
The sun rises; a hand of an angel
At this same hour.


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Three Cherry Blossom Haiku

Pink cherry blossoms
Spring’s first sign of conception
Radiant Mother

Father Summer smiles
The affair yielded much fruit
Love’s little babies

White Cherry blossoms
Reminders of your kisses
Promises without fruit

Eileen Manassian Ghali


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Non-Judgemental Sex

Making love to her
Helps me ignore or forget
My wife's not perfect.


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Envious Sands

Whispers of the light,
Ring in the ears of the sea;
As jealous sands watch.


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Passion Extreme

The flower passion Runs rampant between the two… Loving rain flowing Rain brings together Enhances lust quite higher… Nude ones coalesce
Picture #6 Russell Sivey Contest: Kissing In The Rain (2 haiku) nature style Sponsor: Poet Destroyer A 5/22/2013


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Smiles melt snow and time

Blue covers the white,
Snowdrops winning the winter,
Smiles melt snow and time.


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passion

morning bloom,
afternoon kisses,
and night blushing.


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Play with doves

After long day`s play
with doves ,they fly in the light
Let`s rest in the love


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Blue Eyes

The rain patters down
Sending goose bumps across flesh
My blue lips are numb

Her azure eyes shine
Like crystals catching the sun
Even in this rain

 My hide is soaked
It is on the line for her
The cold bite goes numb

Drawn in my jacket
Her eyes beaming at me
Blue eyed paradise. 


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Love Stories

Tragedy and Comedy
Blended and Beaten
Memories last a lifetime


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Haiku 42 - 1,2,3,4,5

							
			1
		a noiseless moment 
		he writes in his diary
		incessant snow  
			
			
			2
		every day he hoped   
		every day she avoided…  
		waning moon
			
					
			3
		his need for love 
		he opened his careless mouth 
		oak tree, splintered
				
			
			4
		words that she heard
		anger and bewilderment
		forest inferno
			
			
			5
		his trembling sadness 
		enclosed in silence and time
		incessant snow
			
			
			Fin


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Insult

To whom kicks llamas
Action reflector reply
Sticky face ingrate


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Persistent Surge

Waves refuse to cease,
Kissing impassive shorelines:
Countless refusals.


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WHO LOVES OWN INDEED

                                                 Mine means mine and ours
                                                 I keep in touch with them
                                                    distance no matters

                                                  love shortens distance
                                             connects all loving hearts too
                                                   remembers each one

                                                     may or may not be
                                                of liquid blood's relations                            
                                                  who loves own indeed


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Your smile

Colorful ribbon - 
your smile completes the wrapping
of my perfect day


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Saved

My destitute heart,
Saved by the sweetest Angel.
I love you, Sandy.


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Haiku: Lessons Women Taught Me

(A Haiku Trilogy)       

Stage 1

you don't share feelings
how can you say you love me
when I don't know you


Stage 2

you ask me nothing
only sharing your feelings
god you're self-absorbed 


Stage 3

cosmic truth revealed
rocks, all is stardust
(but women's feelings)     

Brian Johnston
July 30,2014

Poet's Notes: 
New: Why Stage 1, Stage 2 and Stage 3? Well (this is funny) , it's kind of like
cancer, though, of course, cancer is not funny either to those going through it.

Also new: I like the inversion of the speakers complaint in the 2nd stanza as
well. I love the irony of the 3rd stanza too when you read it the way I want you
to, which is 'cosmic truth revealed rocks' then 'all is stardust, ' then in
resignation 'except women's feelings.' Thank God for the wonders of
punctuation! 

You should note that throughout the first two stanzas the speaker is negating
the other's feelings. Really it could be a man or a woman speaking in the first
two stanzas). The real question is, is the other really not sharing/listening or is
the speaker afraid to be loved (just making the other wrong)? The speaker
apparently teaches the other to share and then finds the other's sharing
annoying. Might the speaker not share with the other what the speaker wants
the other to ask the speaker about? Just a thought!  : -)   God avoiding
looking like a sexist is tough! Whew! Though of course, at heart I am still truly
sexist, and sorry ladies, the third stanza still stands (a stroke of genius) ! Ha! 

This poem is like watching the sun go down off the coast of California. You and
God are having a nice glass of Merlot, no Piesporter Goldtropschen Spatlese, 
like sipping the nectar of honey suckle blossems when you were a kid (but with 
a kick). You realise that God is perfect and you aren't. And somehow that's OK,
because at least He loves you! (No woman is present!)


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Shadow

Dark, insubstantial wisp stalks me at every turn; bonded forever.


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Lost and found

Seasons come and go.
Two hearts re-unite, embrace -
laughter, too, has tears.


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Ocean And River Merge - Haiku

Ocean And River Merge - Haiku

two bodies soft, wet
exchange their fluids in storms
ocean, river, merge
 


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HAIKU 3

Silent moon-lit night
Snaking inside my thought's train
Longing to hold you.


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Haiku 42 - 1,2

			1
		a noiseless moment 
		he writes in his diary
		incessant snow  


			2
		every day he hoped   
		every day she avoided…  
		waning moon


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OLD SONG

	
In this filthy ground
Around the gathered clouds behind of the horizon,
It seems a mode of Heights & Meadows
Beneath the surface of the sea
But why I still worry about these things.


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Over Time

Coarse jagged mountains.
Winds gentle constant caress,
Smooth all over time


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HAIKU 5

Talk about loving
You left never looking back
Midday. The sun set.


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River Ocean Delta Make Love

River Ocean Delta Make Love – Haiku

River meets ocean
Mouth of delta opens wide
They kiss, merge liquids 


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Entrails

by Michaelw1two

 the dust slowly clears
 sirens wail, the wounded crawl
 from the burning street

May 2013


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HONORABLE FEELING


From "Modern Love And Other Poems"



It's raining! I joy
	The whispers half-mist 
Of the rhythmic motion 
	That has become
So deep with the sound
	Of your name:
My love is coming!
	My life is dying!


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SCATTERING

The blue Sky is copied,

And,

Pasted on the Oceans!