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Haiku: In B - Flat Major

Updated on April 22, 2012
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Haiku: In B-Flat Major

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Dr. Darryl Winer


Teasing and mocking

As waves lick and lap the shore

Modest notes and chords


Rising heat within

The slow staccato quickens

Exquisite focus


Mounting urgency

As approaching crescendo

Chorus in full voice


Damp matted hair strewn

Eyes wide with sudden surprise

A wildflower blooms


All thoughts turned inward

Carried forth by the rhythm

Lovers understand


Poured out and breathless

Splayed amongst the rumpled sheets

Hands in limp embrace


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      win-winresources 5 years ago from Colorado

      Hello Audrey-

      I appreciate you reading my haiku. Thanks.

      -DW

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      Audrey Howitt 5 years ago from California

      Love the set and not at all sure that they are pushy--

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      win-winresources 5 years ago from Colorado

      Hi Beyond-

      Ha! Indeed. This gunsaku seemed to demand carefully selected words to reflect the sentiment(s) - as apparently does your comment.

      Ha, again.

      -DW

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      BeyondMax 5 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      DW, I like your saying "pushy haiku", put a huge smile on my face =) Love this powerful set, I can see where the "pushy" comes from. Left me on a breath intake...

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      win-winresources 5 years ago from Colorado

      Thanks Poet83-

      These woke me up last night demanding that they be written down. Nobody likes a pushy haiku...

      Glad you liked them and I appreciate you dropping by.

      -DW

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      Brian Lawson 5 years ago from Windsor, Va.

      These are wonderful haikus! The word choices and flow are very constructed. Voted up and beautiful!