Poetry Friday


My very talented husband wrote this Haiku for an assignment for one of his classes in college. The professor submitted it to a national haiku contest, and he won an honorable mention. Isn’t that special?

Frost on the window
A wrinkled face gazing out
Wanting company.

It’s kind of sad, though. Click on the button to join Poetry Friday.

9 Comments on “Poetry Friday

  1. It’s a wonderful haiku!Haiku are supposed to communicate the season, connect the emotions to nature/object and his does that beautifully!I love it!

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  2. Just popped by while on my blogging break–love your new look!

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  3. I’m very scared of poetry, and Haiku scares me the most!I don’t know why, but I’ve always had this poetry adversion for some reason. Maybe I should attempt a haiku about my fear of poetry…as some sort of therapy?

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  4. that was beautiful. I love poetry, but don’t think I could ever come up with one.

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  5. Thank you for your kind comments on my last post!Poetry Friday sounds like fun…I may have to dig up some of my old stuff from school days.

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  6. Oh- I think it is a lovely poem…I didn’t think it was sad, but hopefully awaiting!thanks for sharing! Makes me want to write a poem too!Kimmie Mama to 6one homemade and 5 adopted (by the Grace of God!)

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  7. That’s actually really good despite being its subtle sadness.

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  8. The visual on hubbie’s haiku leaves you longing for a hero to knock on her door. Excellent, just excellent!

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  9. My poetry talents start and end with something like, “when your sliding into first….”

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