15 September 2011

Haiku I have tweeted in the past year or so

     I searched through a timeline of my tweets for "haiku".  I found the below works, collected here for your possibly second installment of enjoyment.

     Some observations:

  1. Apparently my mind is desperate for escape while commuting, because these were all composed during and half are explicitly about travel.
  2. I am unable to remember the proper number of on per line for haiku.  I believe it's 5-7-5, but at times I get confused and do 7-5-5.  
  3. I thought I had posted more than 6, but unless I failed to tag them, this is the lot.

     Without further comment, haiku:

Golden leaves dance on the breeze
downward pirouette
Autumn's leap of faith


Rain rain rain rain rain rain
rain rain water rain
inverted fountain


Sun blasts through dusty window
lungs fill with exhaust
Hell is other cars


Where sunlight has no purchase
all eyes averted
we ride the Metro


Rainy Wednesday is here
train idles pensively so
thirsty trees drink deep


From sunlight into caves gone
Quit poking my ribs! 

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