Haiku Challenge for Feb. 6: ‘Pull’ (Part II)

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Today’s haiku challenge:

This is a repeat prompt word from Jan. 12. You can read my first five haiku poems here.

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

pull on my loose thread
to watch as I unravel
a broken gavel.

pull on my loose thread
to see my heart spliced apart
and scurry like mice.

pull on my loose thread
to hear the shadows emerge
a dying man’s surge.

pull on my loose thread
to feel the fading embers
a silent timber.

pull on my loose thread
to experience my loss
a fast-moving moss.

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