Emotions In Haiku

     I give to you now my latest excursion into the world of Haiku, (After researching the archives) I do not think that I have posted this one before. In any case here is/are “Emotions In Haiku”…

     As you may or may not know, the word ‘hai’ in Japanese means yes, in English. What ku means, is somewhat more obscure, but by translating it from Japanese to Jakese and then Jakese to English (see Jakese to English dictionary, available everywhere phony books are sold) it takes on the superlative case of the word ‘master’ or master*ful. Therefore the word Haiku means “Yes master” or “Yes, oh masterful one”…

     Please read and enjoy.

     Make Monday suck less, SMILE… It confuses the hell out of people!

Jake.

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Emotions In Haiku

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Hate consumes the mind

Love invigorates the heart

Seek and ye shall find.

……………………………………………………………

 Laughter from the child

Brings a smile to the elders

Of a time Beguiled.

…………………………………………………………..

 Words spoke in anger

Cutting deeply to the core

Tend more to danger.

……………………………………………………………..

 Tears staining pillows

Will wash clean the criers soul

Welcomed by the willows

………………………………………………………………….

~Jack Downing~

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Now Spring has arrived and now I must decide, which clothes that I can still wear. But I haven't lost any weight so I guess it's my fate to rummage through my closet and swear.
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2 Responses to Emotions In Haiku

  1. Well said; well knitted, very enlightening! Thanks for sharing, Mr. Downing!

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