Potpourri


 

Presenting a potpourri of very simple and random situational triplets. Each one tells a story in a way and each has a contrasting feeling/emotion within the verses. No rhyme or reason!

 

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Full of life

He was speeding

Dropped dead.

 —

Late and guilty

Rushed to pick her up 

Bliss in the hug.

 —

Dried and thirsty

Maneuvering the dunes

Oasis was dream.

 —

Cats and dogs

Incessant pouring for days

Sunshine smiles.

 —

Tornado hit

Ransacked the town

Calm after storm.

 —

You and me

Can bake out wonders

My oven.

 —

Zzz  zzzz….snore

Tough exam tomorrow

My son.

 —

Whipping Haikus

Waiting at the airport

That’s me.

 —

Having fun

Directing everyone’s life

That’s God.

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30 Responses

  1. Mmmmm. Interesting – the format and the actual triplet itself.

    Btw – do you really do haikus while waiting at the airport ????

  2. exam tomorrow?

    love this little gem, a fun read.

  3. bliss in the hug, sure can be, 🙂
    my entry: http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/11/28/as-one/

  4. Enjoyed the potpourri of short stories. Each one does tell a tale all of its own. Thanks for sharing.

  5. what a playful piece.

    smiles.

  6. i think i just found me a new favorite blog! i am following! Thanks for sharing! (found you through Gooseberry)

    ♥ Kellie – Follow me on Twitter: @BackyardPonders

    http://magicinthebackyard.wordpress.com/2011/12/05/on-a-hilltop-in-december

  7. What a joy
    Reading your haiku
    In my night

    ♥Kay

  8. hey ,this is a amazing form of poem writing
    had never come accross something like these cute 3 liners 🙂

  9. In this hurry-burry world , I can relate to “whipping haiku” ! I do that all the time.
    Rosie

  10. a fun read, I love the short forms 🙂

  11. These haiku’s were very delightful. They were fun and clever. a great read.

  12. Love the open freedom that taste like joy I get when looking at this picture.

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