The show-stopping kiss:
for times when speech is pointless —
nature’s lovely trick.
This post was prompted by the Genre Haiku Challenge on this blog. Follow that link to find out more and participate!
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These are so beautiful. I’m still trying to come up with one. I don’t know how you just spit these out, Rob.
Thanks, Cimmy. I’ll admit I often fish around for phrases or pictures to inspire words, if that helps at all. The hardest part of this one was the picture – I seriously considered using a picture of kissing prairie dogs, and I debated that for over an hour.
Haha. That’s a funny picture. Actually, jak and I recently got an invite to the temple wedding of a friend of ours. Considering doing a haiku about that. Sort of about how temples knit families together, which is the most amazing kind of love I can imagine.
If you can imagine it, you can haiku it.
I have it. I’ll post it on Cimmy’s Stories later. Promise.
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