Haiku Challenge for Sept. 12: ‘Whine’

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Today’s haiku challenge:

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

I want you to take
my whine, bottle it, as a
top shelf wine to sell.

When it came to you,
I lost all pride, and started
whining, begging you.

“Why does it have to
be like this,” I whined to you.
You told me, “It’s done.”

About depression,
it doesn’t whine, seek attention.
It’s the silent death.

About depression,
I whine to it to let up.
Whines fall on deaf ears.

On the other hand,
anxiety whines, never
leaving you alone.

Anxiety whines
on the entire body, and
suffocates to death.

The bee whined to the
flower, “Why are you so far
away? My wings tire.”

The book whines to be
opened and read, explored, but
it sits on the shelf.

When you see clouds whine
expect rain, or torrential,
if its a tantrum.

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