Cheryl’s Everyday Haiku 2013 (Week 16)

April 16 – April 22

Haiku #106 (April 16)

Boston Marathon
Again we reconsider
Our powerlessness.

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #3a Remix (April 16)

Bare, brittle branches
Reach past spring’s dawn horizon
To don new green clothes.

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #107 (April 17)

Miraculous day
The best of humanity
Becomes commonplace.

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #108 Mijikai (April 17)

riverside
smooth stones
idle hands

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #17a Remix (April 17)

“I have to meet you!”
Says the fish, leaping upward.
Surface reflections.

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #109 (April 17)

Wind-whipped flag
half-mast
steady rain.

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #110 (April 18)

Hospital playground
Children hide, seek, run and play;
A nose presses glass.

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #16a Remix (April 19)

Clandestine deeds
Abused power
Broken society

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #111 (April 19)

Where are my car keys?
There’s nothing wrong with my mind;
I chose to forget!

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #112 (April 19)

High profile arrest
All breathe a sigh of relief
Guilt still unproven.

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #113 (April 20)

The best part of spring
Cherry blossom poetry
And poignant haiku.

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #114 (April 20)

broken heart
keeps company
dried tears

by Cheryl Crockett

Haiku #115 (April 21)

Bullet holes are filled
Windows, cars and boats replaced
Before limbs grow back.

by Cheryl Crockett
Related blog article: “Acceptable Opportunism”

Haiku #116 (April 22)

Frost advisory
With May just one week away?
Groundhog push-ups NOW!

by Cheryl Crockett

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