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Nature (haiku #30)

Dear Readers, This Haiku is an Homage to Nature and it's life giving aspects   beauty of nature giving life to the living needs to be valued   ❝ Only after the last tree has been cut down. Only after the last river has been poisoned. Only after the last fish has been caught, only then… Continue reading Nature (haiku #30)

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fall 🍁 (haiku #29)

This Haiku is dedicated to Fall my favorite time of the year mainly coz My Birthday 🎂 is just round the corner ♥︎        well, I smell fall scents cinnamon and pumpkin spice sweet treats candy corn   Thanks for Reading 💛  xoxo PS Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram image: Pinterest daily haiku Prompt… Continue reading fall 🍁 (haiku #29)

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haiku #28

Prompt words: “Chaos and order”   love's constant chaos longing; a burning desire looking for order       Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram image: Pinterest daily haiku haiku hub  

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pride (haiku #27)

    take pride in yourself there is no place for hate here Yes, love is just love! Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram Colleen’s Challenge daily haiku images: Pinterest

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lost memories (haiku #26)

    hunting for letters in pages of the old book I find our first rose Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram Colleen's Challenge daily haiku images: Pinterest

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haiku #25

via Daily Prompt: Harmonize hope in love we seek rivers merge into the sea ... and we harmonize What is a Haiku? A Haiku is a very short form of Japanese poetry.   Traditional haiku consist of 17 “syllables”, in three phrases of 5, 7, and 5.   Thanks for Reading 👓 Let's have a Great Week :)… Continue reading haiku #25

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haiku #24

Growls  "you are a thief" but I plucked only one rose? Enchanted Garden What is a Haiku? A Haiku is a very short form of Japanese poetry.   Traditional haiku consist of 17 “syllables”, in three phrases of 5, 7, and 5. Connect with me on  Twitter | Instagram my handle is @psstoryteller image: Pinterest daily haiku haiku hub… Continue reading haiku #24