cronechronicler

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Haiku: Linguistic Conundrum

on May 27, 2016

Forklift, tuning fork
Dinner fork, fork in the road
Lizard’s forked tongue.

Ponder shape of “y”
Common bond between these words
What then is a fork?

Based on Daily Prompt for May 27 – Fork.


10 responses to “Haiku: Linguistic Conundrum

  1. Stella says:

    Oh I LIKE this a LOT!

  2. jabrush1213 says:

    Now, I can’t stop thinking of the letter “y”.

  3. I guess a fork is one which branches out. Why? I don’t know…

  4. I love this!!!! You’re right. What IS a fork if not a “y” ? ((hugs))

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