Monthly Archives: February 2015

A sentence a day, day 79

Preparing for the upcoming snowstorm, she considered making cookies, that is, if she had all the ingredients.

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A sentence a day, days 77 and 78

Every time she opened the door to the refrigerator, she noticed the bottle of Mountain Dew that her son forgot to take with him after his last visit, and she smiled, thinking of him. The paper-whites’ petals of the blossoms … Continue reading

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A sentence a day, day 76 (no trombones or a big parade)

The group argued the merits of what makes a haiku, a haiku…each having as different an opinion as there are haiku.

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A sentence a day, days 73, 74, 75 (slipping a bit here)

1) She arrived late to the poetry reading, but she shared a few poems of haiku with the assembled guests. 2) After finishing her volunteer job, she spent the day visiting medical offices with her husband. 3) When her old … Continue reading

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Haiku, two

the snow-blower’s plume pens a haiku ************************************************************************************************* new husband a single mom divides loyalties (with helpful editing by Joe McKeon)

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A sentence a day, day 72

Another day of snow found her out shoveling the snow, again.

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A sentence a day (and a haiku), day 71

She was depressed by the fact that she was shrinking, shrinking, shrinking and not because of the water that was thrown on her. **************************************************************************** the first baby among three sisters new aunts This haiku was written based on the prompt … Continue reading

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