Today is the day!
Blustery and beautiful
Everything in bloom
There’s no need to fret
With all the sun and the wet
April, then sweet May
Spring is in the air
On National Haiku Day
Inhale then smile
A bright and lonely threshold
Stepping through the light
Bend to the righteous
I can see through you
All the drama; weak
Allergic to the wheel burn
Save it for next time
I know haikus are generally about nature, but sometimes I like to make them about human nature… I am allergic to drama in real life.
Keeping it short today. A few others bought a copy of my poetry book, so thank you for that!
All my followers rock! I am so grateful for your support.
On a long, desolate road
That’s where I found you
The paper was torn
By the tree with warm delight
Just what I wanted!
I am always worried I won’t be able to get everyone something for Christmas… everyone tells me not to worry about it. It’s being with family that is most important, and that is true. But I still love to see people open gifts on Christmas morning!
This year I was torn between splurging on my family and keeping it reasonable so I can pay down some of my debt. I opted for the latter and got everyone something modest so I can still pay some of my bills. I think the phrase for this is being a responsible adult.
I never thought that day would come for me!
Everyone have a lovely weekend and be safe out there… lotsa crazies!
Heart tight-knit; that’s me
Tighter than a vacancy
On the last Friday
I’m kind of bummed out today… I’ll get over it. I’m not even sure what is wrong with me. I’m just… sad. That’s life. It will swing the other way soon… ❤
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