Fraught, Insomnia, and Anger

Three websites.  Three prompts.

Haiku Bones: fraught

One Single Impression: insomnia

Haiku Very Much: anger

forsythia bush
fraught with buds, shelters green frogs
spring rain blankets


insomnia strikes
midnight waves, moonlit ruffles
wash away footprints


razor edged anger
sliced an artery of hope
words of grace spilled out

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9 Responses to Fraught, Insomnia, and Anger

  1. annieelf says:

    insomnia – the story of my life this past week as I struggle to recover from this miserable virus.

  2. SandyCarlson says:

    Your take on insomnia is wonderful. Makes me long for the soothing caress of the sea.

  3. Neil Reid says:

    Very nice. Especially the imagery of the third I thought. Thanks.

  4. Love this work. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Lisa Nowak says:

    You are so good at this. I like them all, but that last one is incredibly powerful.

  6. Sandy says:

    All three meant something special to me.

  7. Tumblewords says:

    Powerful and delicate. I enjoyed each one of these.

  8. wayne says:

    nicely done….thanks for sharing this

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