A variety of Haikus

The white snow falling,

a dog chewing on her bone.

Man watching it all.

_____

Bare trees, stretching limbs

reaching…swaying…entangling

Empty…together.

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The squirrel scampers across

the grass, looking for

the same thing we want.

_____

Over the empty woods,

the sun makes itself known.

I cover my eyes.

______

Feet sloshing through the mud,

stepping on dandelions

to reach the fence.

______

Drunkenly walking down the street

passing skunk’s carcass.

I keep stumbling.

______

The sun disappears

And the moon comes out.

I go under my covers.

______

Draining this Haiku

like summer’s watermelons,

wouldn’t taste as good.

_____

Sentence Haikus

The dog licks my arm, whines and barks into my ear. I keep on typing.

_____

Land filling with blood, men push their papers, then the bombs begin to drop.

_____

Wallet pick-pocketed, there goes a happy thief with scratch-offs and lent.

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Looking to change the channel, where is the remote, it is on my chest.

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