In-progress Autobiography via Haiku

hai·ku noun, plural -ku for 2. a major form of Japanese verse, written in 17 syllables divided into 3 lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables, and employing highly evocative allusions and comparisons, often on the subject of nature or one of the seasons. a poem written in this form. Origin:  1895–1900;  < Japanese,  equivalent to hai ( kai ) haikai  + ku stanza; see hokku >   Once upon a time I hated haiku.  It’s incredibly hard for me to imagine this now… but I did.  And also once upon a time I was going to be an English major.  Yes, this is also nearly unfathomable (though I still like to think […]

Haiku #96

Off to go bowling Who will win the trophy now? Wishing for a strike (Maria) #InternationalHaikuDay2016

Haiku #94

Dalmatian nap interrupted by Rebel make him stop barking (Whitney & Ryder) #InternationalHaikuDay2016

Haiku #93

Virginia spring comes Cicadas hatching too soon Got ear plugs ready? (Olga) #InternationalHaikuDay2016

Haiku #92

Eating cookie dough It may be raw but it’s good Get out of that bowl!!!!!! (Gary) #InternationalHaikuDay2016

Haiku #91

Missing the  mixer Whipping up cookies for Dad Sweet tooth temptations (jean) #InternationalHaikuDay2016

Haiku #90

2pm dentist messes with lunchtime food dreams always book morning (Whitney) #InternationalHaikuDay2016

Haiku #89

Ate Flying Burger Yummy fish tacos and slaw Gonna be sleepy (Olga) #InternationalHaikuDay2016

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