George Hunter


Six Haiku - Poem by George Hunter

Haiku poetry
Such a paucity of words
Five, seven, and five.

Haiku poetry
Doesn’t always make much sense
To a sane person.

A little Haiku
Is so short on words that it’s
Inconsequential.

A dingleberry
A small thing that clings to a
Place very hairy.

LAO-TZU said it – It
Is the vacancy that makes
The vessel useful.

Six Haiku is all
I write today, so it’s back
To sensible rhymes.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 26, 2009



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