Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Haiku by Lulu (Visiting Poet)

A thought in the night
Must be scribbled on paper
Before I forget

Twitching fingers mean
That I’m counting syllables
In my new haiku

Windswept and barren
Here our ancestors once dwelt
Kaho'olawe

Silence IS golden
When you’re being serenaded
By the coqui frog

Intentions are fine
But actions speak much louder
Get with it Lulu

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