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


luscious mystery
yellow pollen dusts belly
midnight kitchen raids


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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