HAIKU

I gave myself a Haiku challenge, which was to write a Haiku about winter without using the words winter, snow or cold.
Enjoy!

WINTER

Blank carpet of white
Frigid, arctic temperatures
Day turns into night.

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We walked down the aisle

We walked down the aisle.

We walked down the aisle

Tomorrow is our wedding anniversary 😀 and I decided to write this poem in honor of my husband and our marriage.
Enjoy!

We walked down the aisle
Years ago

That gray morning
Hearts skipped a beat
As we looked into the pools
That were each others’ eyes

“Lawful wedded wife”
“I do”
“For better, for worse”
“In sickness and in health”
“Let not man put asunder”

These words once said
Still true today
Veracity and meaning
Unchanged over the years

Battles fought and won
Babies born and grown
People come and gone
Life marching on

We walked down the aisle
Years ago

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HAIKU

HAIKU
A Happy New Year
Is my wish to one and all
Expecting great things

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Haiku

Purposeful living
Foot prints on the sands of time
A heart true to God

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Haiku

Haiku.

Haiku

Once again, I gave myself a challenge: to write a Haiku about fall, without the words, fall, autumn or leaves.
Enjoy!

Now drop to the ground
Once green, turn yellow, brown, red
Crisp carpet of change.

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