I am made up of microscopic lifeforms that do not know my name.
April Haiku 23
Brush teeth, comb black hair, eat breakfast, take medicine, change clothes, pack backpack.
April Haiku 22
What thin paper dolls we are! Toys for dear Eros and sweet Thanatos.
April Haiku 21
Steel toed boots stomp down upon my head, I cry out as my skull is crushed.
April Haiku 18
Late winter storms steal the promise of springtime heat yet still the plants bloom.
April Haiku 17
Wet footprints in pairs weave through traffic together, evaporating.
April Haiku 16
Simple poetic forms are deceptive, treat with caution poets.
April Haiku 15
Loneliness is a cherry blossom picnic set underneath the trees.
April Haiku 14
Flowers bloom in time based upon their own schedule do not rush the bloom
April Haiku 13
Tender are the eyes which gaze upon a newborn viewing the future.