Haiku Challenge for Aug. 7: ‘Link’

Today’s haiku challenge:

My style is the five/seven/five syllable structure. Here are my 10 haiku poems:

We’re links in a chain,
they say, “A cog in the wheel,”
but we’re together.

Divided by the
chain-link fence, the two lovers
poked their fingers through.

Bees have a hive mind:
Individual actions
link to each other.

Link me up to them —
zeroes and ones is the new
age togetherness.

The link to my past
withers away in the grave.
Faded memories.

Link us together,
like two hearts beating in sync.
404 error.

Hello, help me, please
My brain has a missing link.
It is lost … and lost.

A link is a loop
in the endless chain of life.
No way to get off.

The lion always
tries to link with the zebra —
zebra runs away.

The light and darkness
are just links in the sun’s game.
They don’t get to meet.

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