Tag Archives: Haiku

Yet another Thursday – revisited

It’s yet another Thursday;

well, as days go –

and they do –

it’s the only Thursday that matters

at this very moment.

I mean, when tomorrow (Friday)


today (Thursday)

will be condemned to the past – history –

and we will all have moved on.


Anyway, it’s this Thursday,

and that means…

well, it means different things

to different people,



Happy wet / dry / other Thursday;


hope it stretches itself to meet all your expectations –

if you have any –

expectations, that is –

about ‘this’ ‘current’ Thursday.

And here’s a Haiku

Especially for you –

I hope you like it.

Random Haiku

Made out of nothing;

formed from the silent ether,

and meaning little.


What is in a word,

or many various words?

How long is a while?


Questions need answers;

like a bicycle needs fish,

and clouds need a wish.

Sunday Haiku #472

Sunday – day of sun;

weekend day two, not day one,

and the sun shines bright.

Off to the beach

We’re off to the beach,

the three Doggoes and one me;

seaweed for breakfast?

Something much shorter

This is a Haiku;

not an epic by any means:

easier for you

Institutionalisation haiku


is not a good word

for a Haiku.

The poetry block

The poetry block

is just like the writer’s block

only much shorter.

Rainy Day Haiku

Every window

that I looked through this morning

showed rain – and still does.

Verisimilitude Haiku

“What is that word there?”

“It’s verisimilitude.”

“I see – and this one?”

Monoku – Spring Violets

spring springs eternally until all of its violets have sprung.