Friday, June 26, 2015

Borderline

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~ 1 ~

Sunday newspapers
A gravel shard by threshold…
Father’s Day.

~ 2 ~

Jumped over the pier
A Bass fed off live crickets
Fisherman tales.

~ 3 ~

Sunny days all through
The south side windows
Against laptop.

~ 4 ~

In the fresh silk grass
Little turtle growing…
Wheel-crossed now.

~ 5 ~

Seasoned warrior
Cash, check or charge
The Chariot power.

~ 6 ~

Uncomfortable
Jumping off plane with no brolly
Borderline fear.

~ 7 ~

Disconnected
Internet on vacations
Seasonal Service.

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29 comments:

  1. Great thoughts and lovely piece.

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  2. I get the sun on my as I sit on the laptop, internet vacation? Nah lol

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  3. Ah yes, sometimes we must disconnect!

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  4. Loved the last one. I like "switching off" sometimes. Thanks.

    Greetings from London.

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  5. An interesting collection. Hard to stay disconnected when away...but for the better in the end.

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  6. Oh imagining the wheel on the back of that turtle. Fartoo many on our roads. It is good to disconnect as well. I know that for sure.

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  7. What a magical journey through the borders of thoughts

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  8. yes - we need to be connected with our loved ones physically as often as possible. and when that time comes, forget the internet :)

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  9. A nice set of observations. I think that fishermen sometimes spice their tales a little.

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  10. a very interesting set...no. 4 is my favorite :)

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  11. A great collection of poems, I liked the last one

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  12. It can be living hell when connection is disrupted. Life gets topsy- turvy and upside down. But it makes life interesting! Great haiku set humbird!

    Hank

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  13. I disconnect on vacations. It helps me discover more fun. Enjoyed your haikus.

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  14. disconnecting to reset connection with ourselves.

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  15. I love these as they each have me contemplating...

    Donna@LivingFromHappiness

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  16. Nice, specially the first two ~ Have a good week ~

    Grace

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  17. Love the sunny days coming through the windows against the laptop. So relaxing :-)

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  18. I like the little turtle growing, hope the "wheel crossed now" did not bode ill for him.

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  19. my favorites were two and four..I do enjoy a good fisherman's tale and I like the turtles growing in silken grass.

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  20. I really loved 5 as the chariot gets refuelled.

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  21. Number four got me, as I'll be seeing those soon.

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  22. Enjoyed each, especially the last. The need to get away..

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  23. Interesting modern haiku - liked, a lot, hard reading one after the other but of course is the only way to present them . Have you thought about joining us here...daily meme! http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.fi/

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    1. Thanks...maybe in future...now - really disconnected...

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  24. Super Haiku compilation...
    loved them all

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