Twoku: Aerial ballet / a bumbling, buzzing, bumping / dance with each blossom. // haikumages
Twoku: Not favored by fate / the recalcitrant raccoon / walking the wrong way. — the Haikook —
Twoku: The autumn spider / set a trap for smaller prey / but caught a human. — the Haikook —
Twoku: Night’s lonely singer / September’s last cicada / his buzz-saw love song. — The Haikook —
Twoku: Bumble bee / adores the flowers / of all kinds. This morning, and on other mornings, I watched this pollen-laden bumble bee showing his interest in, and adoration of,…
Twoku: Nothing coy / about eager koi / when hungry. The eyesight of koi fish is good enough, that the pond full of them moves as one towards the closest…
Twoku: A sweltering day / even cicadas lament / the humidity. Threeku: Hot and humid day / at summer’s end cicadas / sing their mating song. Fourku: Humid Labor Day…
Twoku: A daddy longlegs / displays his spindly namesakes / on a picket fence. – the Haikook
Twoku: Now just half the shell / it used to be emptied of / the life that left it. Threeku: Half the shell / that fell after it / released…
Twoku: Concrete rat / gazes out upon / the new year. Threeku: Cement rat / sees business as / usual.
Twoku: Birds on wire / Morse code, only dots / no dashes.
Twoku: Antlers found / a grim beautiful / bowl of bones.
Twoku: Head through fence / cow tries to kiss me / she succeeds. NOTE: some readers will get the Jimi Hendrix lyric reference, cadence and appreciate the play on words… …
Twoku: I’m cat slave / servant to felines / their minion.
Twoku: Worm, why leave / dirt sanctuary / for hot rock?
Twoku: Beheaded / by deer, there will be / no flowers.