Poetry Friday: Three “W” Words

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20191203_213420_00003999618261330364759.pngI love word lists and at the same time, I get frustrated with them.  Case in point, I found three words not on this list: WONDER, WARMTH, WREATH.

December 11: wonder

continued wonder
geese in flight
honking in chorus

December 12: warmth

homemade soup
reminiscing with
childhood friend

December 13: wreath

honor the fallen
wreaths and graves
across America

#haikuforjustice
#haikuforhope
#haikuforkindness

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3 Responses to Poetry Friday: Three “W” Words

  1. Kay Mcgriff says:

    I’m glad you found these words and the moments your haiku captured. They are wonderful!

  2. lindabaie says:

    I’m glad you ‘found’ the ‘W’ words, Jone. Each one is lovely. I like the one with soup and a friend, geese fly around here all the time from lake to lake, & the laying of wreaths is loving, but sad, too. Thanks!

  3. Linda Mitchell says:

    Fourth word….Wonderful! I do love wreaths across America.

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