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Haiku 17: Fog Noise


fog  -- deep, wet, THICK –  h a n g s

      s-o-l-i-t-u-d-e    abounds -- I 
                                                                 





                                                                                   long to hear your voice





David Meade


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Grain Of Sand - Haiku

Grain Of Sand – Haiku

wind gathers, fills dune
grain of sand hides, rock covers 
desert cries, missing



NOTE: from the author - This poem hopes to become a full length motion picture one day, in Technicolor.   It would have a cast of billions of miniscule sand particles but one of the grains went missing.  The desert is still weeping dry tears, (a/k/a “Desert tears”) we implore you to return it if you find it.  “Every grain of sand is precious.” is our motto.  ES


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internal raindrop moment extended haiku

a picture of her
is setting my mind at ease
wishing she was here....


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stick race creek haiku

this creek reminds me
of stick races and my uncle
wish my "foe" was here....


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flowers on Mom's grave haiku

flowers on Mom's grave
like a soft, sweet northbound kiss
Her Memory Etched....


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Haiku on Miss

in this red evening 
needle entered to the vein
someone missed daylong


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Haiku on Missing

moon is tiptoeing
cricket calling evening
someone is missing


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haiku-ukiah

she is alabaster and brine
she is a faster lairs line
unwind her spooled mind
memory a keepsake in hand conquers a trinket lost
eat mandrake to the root but what the cost
unspoiled her thoughts broil in her head
steam from every seam
salty her groin but she declines the offered coin
she will reap the bliss of your salty kiss
as you bite her short hair she will sing a country tune so fair
she is alabaster and brine
a master of wasted time