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secrets

Haiku-o

 

inked. night lies stiller

in shade of sea in a cove

whispers in conch-shell

 

inked

in

whispers

 

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.

 

a voice inside calling

Haiku-o

 

something resembling

a heart but probably a fist

curling uncurling

 

resembling

fist

uncurling

 

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.

Unraveling language

This is a Haiku-o and I failed to see it, so I’m re-posting. Enjoy xx

barbaraturneywielandpoetess

Haiku-o

walking through the world

without naming any thing

living outside my mind

walking

without

living

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.

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Unraveling language

Haiku-o

 

walking through the world

without naming any thing

living outside my mind

 

walking

without

living

 

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.

Scene is set

Haiku-o

 

girl in the spider

web waiting for the spider

she’s trapped and hungry

 

spider

spider

hungry

 

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.

 

foreign common

Haiku-o

 

Buddha and Jesus sit

having no language to speak

Buddha and Jesus sit

 

sit

speak

sit

 

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.