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

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insomnia strikes
midnight waves, moonlit ruffles
wash away footprints

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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.
    Pamela

  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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