Haiku Challenge for Sept. 7: ‘Together’

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Today’s haiku challenge:

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

together we were
one, not realizing that
it was a mirage.

we’re not together,
a sentence that still doesn’t make
any sense to me.

together, my twins,
volley me around.

together, they work
to thwart me at every turn,
and upend my life.

together the bees
worked, always working, making
the nectar for queen.

together lions
make a formidable pride;
they’re unstoppable.

together bears make
a sloth or sleuth of bears, which
makes them sound more fun.

together, we call
alligators a not-so
-nice congregation.

together as one,
the army caterpillars
came to menace me.

together, cheetahs
are a coalition, which
sounds lovely, helpful.

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