Friday, November 2, 2007

Haiku Friday

Haiku Friday
Evil Serina
with her disturbing bad vibes
has left the building.
***
Have you studied skin?
A web of cells intertwined,
A beautiful shell.
***
I have forgotten
more than a million details...
but not about you.
***
God gave me you three...
The Fire, the Sun, and my Rock,
To fill up my days
***
The curve of your neck
as you tell me your stories,
The calm of water.
***
Days keep flying by.
The little changes don't stop.
I watch you grow up.
**
"I want to hold you,"
He would tell me all the time.
Now I chase him down.
**
My baby has words.
She tells me how it should be.
I used to just know.
***
When these children smile
my heart dances through the room.
Nothing can top that.

13 comments:

janet said...

My baby has words.
She tells me how it should be.
I used to just know.

love that one especially. wait till they're teens. it's amazing how much "stupider" you become!

Bren said...

So true...nothing can top that!

Great haiku!

Blue Momma said...

Your haiku are always so good! I am feeling very inadequate this morning.

Maybe you can write mine for me next friday? Please....

WorksForMom said...

I swear you have the BEST ku's. every. single. time.

"The Fire, the Sun, and my Rock,
To fill up my days".

Does Randy know how brilliant you are? :)

AnGlOpHiLe FoOtBaLl FaNaTiC said...

So glad ES has fled for the time being. And, as always you ku are too good to be true! Are your ovaries crying yet? Time for a new SuperPrincess?

Jennifer aka Binky Bitch said...

Such beautiful words, as always. I hearby name you Haiku Queen!

Amanda said...

I'm going through that 2nd last stanza right now. Your haikus are always very poignant.

Steph said...

Such a great Haiku. Your kiddos sound wonderful!

Erin said...

Wow! Those are some amazing haiku! Have a great weekend!

Oh, The Joys said...

Heh. Good ones!

Bilbo said...

Evil Serina
Has finally hit the road
I say: Good Riddance!

Nice to have the original back!

Patois said...

The love you have for them just shoots through this series. Lovely.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

You have such a haiku style!