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Sometimes everything has to be enscribed across the heavens so you can find the one line already written inside you. Sometimes it takes a great sky to find that small, bright, and indescribable wedge of freedom in your own heart. David Whyte

Weekly Haiku Challenge: Number Twenty -Three

Winter’s icy breath
Tracing frost flowers by night.
Window panes abloom.

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Astronomy Lesson

Silent night, bright star
Promise travels lo light-years.
Does it reach us yet?

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Haiku Challenge Number Twenty-Two: Belong and Run

Home so dear to heart.
Place unseen by human eye
Folding me in peace.

What map charts the spot?
Walk or run I’ll not arrive
Soul-scape dwells within.

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Haiku Challenge Number Twenty: Hunt and Wind

Wind I cannot see.
Blowing leaves hint where to look
Wind howls, leaves no doubt.

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Haiku Challenge Number Nineteen: Deep and Truth

Buried hopes surprise
Dreams unanswered may come true.
Live with open eyes.

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Haiku; Haunt and Release

Past ghosts lurk unseen
Wash over dreams, obscure truth.
Flee by light of day.

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Haiku – Shine and Potential: Aging’s Own Perogatives

Colonoscopy.
Hardly topic one would chose
To write poems about.

Doctor blew my mind
Checking out if I’m the one
He’s supposed to treat.

“You can’t be the one.
You don’t look your age, my dear.”
Talk about delight.

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Transportation: A Haiku

Words are tiny things.
Yet span continents and worlds
Bridging human hearts.

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Weekly Haiku Challenge Number 15: Promise and Gift

Promise – future tense.
Pledge in faith to hold in trust.
Gift bears present fruit.

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Haiku: Leaves and Summer

Leaves fall, branches bare
Trace brown fingers cross the sky.
Summer’s art replaced.

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