Though I haven’t joined in on Poetry Friday for a couple of weeks, I’ve enjoyed reading the #haikuforhealing (Mary Lee Hahn’s idea) that keep popping up in my Twitter feed and various blogs this December.
Today I’m bringing my little haiku side-dish to the potluck.
Christmas Snapshots #haikuforhealing
Road choked with cars.
She signals merge—let her in…
That’s the spirit!
Smell of poppycock
on my early morning walk—
only at Christmas.
🎼 Chestnuts roasting…
O come all ye faithful 🎹
I’ll be home. 🎶
Christmas Eve—all here,
lists ticked off, fridge full, feet hurt.
Soak in candlelight.
Trash bins overflow
tissue, Santa wrap, packing…
We are so blessed!
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Now, a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah (or whatever winter, or summer [if you’re down-under] holiday you celebrate) to all!
This post is linked to Poetry Friday, hosted today by Buffy Silverman at Buffy’s Blog.