Haiku Bones: Pregnant

When Haiku Bones put out the request for word prompts, “pregnant” came to mind. You see, my niece is expecting her first child. I am thrilled for her and her husband. It’s their first. So this post is dedicated to them.

pregnant belly grows
life kicks, kicks kicks and waits in
 anticipation

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luscious mystery
yellow pollen dusts belly
midnight kitchen raids

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tulip bud unfurled
 final winter day gave birth
spring  awakens life

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8 Responses to Haiku Bones: Pregnant

  1. Tumblewords says:

    Wonderful!! Lovely words.

  2. Sandy says:

    New babies are a wonderful thing.
    All three poems are soft and lovely.

  3. Marcelle says:

    Beautiful! Thank you! 🙂

  4. Stan Ski says:

    Great post. I wish your niece well.

  5. Marilyn says:

    Beautiful tulip bud and words.

  6. nice take on theme–enjoyed your haikus a lot!

  7. Gia says:

    Wonderful, what a beautiful tribute! Bravo

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