Jane Meyer

font color=darkvioletHaikus

(I was asked to help a couple friends from school write haikus (which means I wrote it for them : D) I really didn't understand why they needed help because Haikus are so easy. To prove this I wrote their haikus and proceeded to write Haikus about the most ridiculous things. I'm putting the ones that actually make sense here and I'll put the stupid ones under '’Haikus (stupid) ‘'. Enjoy)

Sun shining brightly
heating the land all over
driving life’s cycle

Water raining down
beautifully hitting the earth
falling from above

She stalks through the woods
hunting her prey without fear
beauty of the wolf

Squeakers is my cat
beautiful and comforting
I’ll always love him

He pleads not guilty
looks nothing but innocent
But it’s all an act

Haunted by Haikus
sneaking into sentences
I can’t escape them

Submitted: Saturday, January 30, 2010
Edited: Saturday, January 30, 2010
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