Poetry Friday: #mayku

Thanks to Margaret Simon at Reflections on the Teche for gathering all the Poetry Friday goodness this week.

On my drive to sub over the past few weeks, I’ve noticed that Miss Rumphius has been in our neck of the woods on the freeway.

#mayku #forpoetryssake #itsallforareason

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6 Responses to Poetry Friday: #mayku

  1. What a lovely commute and mayku, Jone.

  2. cvarsalona says:

    I have to agree with others. The sight of flowers along the road is cause for joy. In the district I worked with, the beautification society planted tulips all along a major road to honor the tulip industry on Long Island. Your poem reminded me of this event.

  3. margaretsmn says:

    Scattered joy
    along the road
    eases my path
    lightens my load.

  4. haitiruth says:

    I love it! Ruth, thereisnosuchthingasagodforsakentown.blogspot.com

  5. Linda Mitchell says:

    beautiful. Scattered joy is perfect

  6. Gail Aldous says:

    Jone, I love your haiku! “Scattered joy” is great! When I drive I also look for flowers or I take the longer way to go past the woods.

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