Haiku: Laughter

Today’s prompt is “laughter” at One Single Impression. In honor of having my portfolios sent off to the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards on Thursday evening last.

laughter gone many months
brow furrowed in reflection
box gone-chuckle

spring day daffodils
giggle, lift heads toward sun
feet tap, dance a jig

More on the NBPTS soon.

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9 Responses to Haiku: Laughter

  1. gardenpath says:

    I can hardly wait for my daffodils to giggle and dance. What a great way of thinking.

  2. One More Believer says:

    beautiful… daffodils are just peeking thru here in cda, id… wishing you the best…

  3. Cloudscome says:

    I know just this feeling! Love those daffodils.

  4. spacedlaw says:

    Light bringing relief,
    Worries gone, brow appeased,
    At last: room for laughs,

  5. andrée & Michael says:

    Me: the first poem. Me soon: hopefully the 2nd poem. What a contrast between the two. I enjoy contrasts a lot; they get me thinking a lot.

  6. Teri C says:

    ‘Spring day daffodils’, I love that line.

  7. Raven says:

    feet tap… dance a jig… lovely… very nicely done.

  8. qualcosa di bello says:

    your joy & relief are palpable in your words

  9. SandyCarlson says:

    You description of daffodils captures exactly why I love them so! Thanks.
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