In the dark

Jaysus!! Turn the light on,

will ya! Ya Weh heard the word

‘n let ’em have it!

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Hush

Haiku-o

 

there’s a quiet glow

sifted off the powdered snow

crystallized morning

 

glow

snow

morning

A Haiku-o is a haiku whose first or last lines, or both form a micro poem. The form was perhaps invented by Christopher Perry or perhaps has existed way before he mentioned it to me. We named it Haiku-o. O means tail in Japanese.

is it a crime?

Haiku-o

 

night is a muffle

of velvet. trees are willing

accomplices. sighs

 

night

of

accomplices

 

A Haiku-o is a haiku whose first or last lines, or both form a micro poem. The form was perhaps invented by Christopher Perry or perhaps has existed way before he mentioned it to me. We named it Haiku-o. O means tail in Japanese.

being

Haiku

 

to do is humAn

to be is to be divIne

empty & cOmplete

 

humAn

divIne

cOmplete

 

A Haiku-o is a haiku whose first or last lines, or both form a micro poem. The form was perhaps invented by Christopher Perry or perhaps has existed way before he mentioned it to me. We named it Haiku-o. O means tail in Japanese.

taking risks

Haiku-o

 

he sticks his fingers

in her alchemy without

thought to consequences

 

he

in

thought,

fingers

without

consequences

 

A Haiku-o is a haiku whose first or last lines, or both form a micro poem. The form was perhaps invented by Christopher Perry or perhaps has existed way before he mentioned it to me. We named it Haiku-o. O means tail in Japanese.