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Haiku Diary 04-20-17 : The second expedition begins!

Updated on July 18, 2017
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Haiku honchos declared labors of love lack literary value. A Lawgiver is needed to uphold the honor of Poetry & Poets. Jose steps forward.

Call It a Day

The sun is setting.
Another day in April
soon comes to an end.

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Goodbye Today!

It is often said
that tomorrow never comes.
Today never stays.

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Don't Worry, Be Happy

What's your great worry
that 28 years from now
would still bother you?

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Flat Earth Theory

There are still people
who insist the world is flat.
Funny planet, right?

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Hollow Earth Theory

The globe is hollow,
somewhat like a basketball.
You think I'm dribbling?

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Hello Tomorrow!

The day is over.
Midnight is not far away.
Tomorrow will come.

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Challenge of Nobility

If I won’t give up,
I couldn't lose the challenge
of nobility.

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April 20, 2017 / Olongapo

(The verses presented in this hub have been assigned the code number B1-B7.)

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      Jose Rizal Reyes 4 months ago from Tabing Dagat, Odiongan, Romblon, Philippines

      Date of publication cannot be ascertained. Earliest recorded updating was July 18, 3027. But earlier in July 14, the HP editor emailed to say that this hub was eligible to be moved to the LetterPile.