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Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Hope Haiku




This week's theme: Hope


A better future
Is he the man to do it
And bring about change?

Making the right choice
Hoping for deliverance
Show me the best way
The results are in
Maybe this time I'll succeed
I really hope so.

Seasons are merging
The planet may be dying
Hope we can save it

Hubby's Haiku:

Hope is my main course
Expectation is my sweet
Not reality

11 comments:

  1. You think showing us a picture of the earth burning is hopeful? Okay, fine, I get that you're hoping it can be saved and that's good.

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  2. Wonderful haiku as always. I particularly like 'hoping for deliverence' and those are excellent graphics.

    Great meeting you yesterday, I had meant to bring a camera too, doh! Yes, I had a go with the pre post timer thing and it worked!

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  3. I'm not very good at this kind of thing but I do believe they are all excellent.
    Nancy
    N. R. Williams, The Treasures of Carmelidrium, Special .99 through April 30

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  4. Kinda disturbing... but makes one think which is good

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  5. Awwwww yay for hubby's haiku!!!

    And hooorah for your lovely hopeful haikus Madeleine!!!! Fingers crossed indeed! Take care
    x

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  6. Like Margo I also liked the deliverance one. The graphic paired with it is quite interesting too...

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  7. Nicely done! And hubby's is impressive, too. Right now I'm hoping for a good nights sleep :D

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  8. I'm hoping I can stay awake till midnight so I can pick my man up from his late shift.

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  9. Yay, I love it when spouses participate too! Made my day :) These are terrific!

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  10. Hope makes you go on expectantly, but your hubby's haiku says it all!! It need not turn into a reality!!

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  11. Hubby did all right! You're a good influence. =]

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