Morning Haiku and Waka – January 9, 2015

cortilea chorus of dogs
sound in “cacophonia”
this early morning
roof tops frosted white
reflect the morning sun

morning stress
wondering about a man
Mr. Linky

bells mark the hour
my morning is nearly gone
sunrise

chit-chatting
dawn over the netted fench
poetry and worms

© G.s.k. ‘15

29 thoughts on “Morning Haiku and Waka – January 9, 2015

  1. LOL!!!!!!

    NOW I understand what “worms” had to do with the waka! So sorry to have caused stress first thing in the morning. The last thing anyone needs! Oh dear. 😦 I really am sorry — but in this context it’s kind of funny.

    “Of Poetry and Worms” — could be a great title for an anthology. So much going on in this Waka. A busy, noisy morning!

    Love it —

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      • Do you mean Blake? I think he’d be up for it. Not sure about Chris but he’d appreciate the invite. Cheryl-Lynn will probably be happy with it. What about Opie Houston? He has an Issa-like feel much of the time. What about Chev, Bjorn & Pirate (they don’t normally have an Issa feel but I’m sure they could do it — but they’re SO busy – so much on their plates). What about Dom D.? Perhaps Rall – she can have quite a quirky feel to her work. Ashiakira does great work too – but my interactions with him have been limited. He had a great haiku about bickering sparrows the other day.

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      • I liked the haiku series — quirky and funny — and real life!
        Glad you’re not too upset. I did feel bad for having messed it up. No idea what was going on with it ….!

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