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Haikus of the South

Updated on July 18, 2011

A frequent sentence

Face does not match pretty words

Bless your heart you say

Fireflies cardinals

Loud bomb-like claps of thunder

In my southern dreams

Pale pink dogwood trees

Endless acres of green grass

Dreamy steamy south

Sincerely truly

My all time favorite is

Maybe I might could





I very much like

When affirmatively said

That is for a fact


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      SUSIE DUZY 6 years ago from Delray Beach, Florida


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      Anne Pettit 6 years ago from North Carolina

      These were fun to write!

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      jo miller 5 years ago from Tennessee

      I came across this hub today while browsing. As a born Southerner, I enjoyed your musings about the South.

      I have missed seeing your writings on Hubpages. Hope you are still writing and still enjoying the South. I'm an admirer of both.

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      Anne Pettit 5 years ago from North Carolina

      I have missed writing also. I have a child in a sort of crisis, I go to school, and my daughter (Ivy) is getting married on the 8th. Thanks for your comment.

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