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Monthly Archives: November 2014

.(c )2012 Saradunn

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long want list

mad dash for best deal
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black iris mayhem
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prompt:Black Friday by Pat Geyer
photo below (c)  Pat Geyer haiga
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photo (c) 2014 Saradunn

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prompt (howling / echoes / footprint)

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remembering
your kindness
when leaving Maine 
for Arizona in the winter
so far from home
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at midnight
of the full moon
I’ll howl
knowing you
are doing the same
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~ echoes
each full moon
now that you are gone
your having left footprints
on my soul and heart
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Caroline Skanne Poems ~ Seize the Poem
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thanks to wonderful poet Li Petersson
for today’s inspiration! just beautiful… enjoy everyone x
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photo and poem below (c) poet Li Petersson
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.photo: http://www.nursingexplorer.com

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keen eyes ~ mind
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knows doc’s work as well as they
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firm moves with gloved hands.

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THE PROMPTS:
keen -/- Operating Room Nurse Day:

Another occupation we should salute

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 Keen:  having or showing an ability to think clearly

and to understand what is not obvious or simple about 

something

: very strong and sensitive : highly developed

: very excited about and interested in something

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November is “K” or perhaps “k” and “kn.”
 
We have some of each for your haiku enjoyment. 
 
This month, each word is tied to a holiday – real or made up – 
 
Thanksgiving or “Sinkie.” 
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Sometimes, the connection is obvious – 
 
kneel for All Saints Day; and often not – 
 
well, you will see. 
 
Your haiku might explore the word, a variation of it, 
 
the holiday, 
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or if you are really ambitious marry word and holiday in the same poem. 
 
Enjoy and celebrate the imagination of wordsmiths and poets. 
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(Thanks to Sigrid Saradunn for her help compiling the list.)

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www.wall321.com

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button nose
golden freckles
gram’s little girl  face
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November is “K” or perhaps “k” and “kn.”
We have some of each for your haiku enjoyment. 
This month, each word is tied to a holiday –
real or made up – 
Thanksgiving or “Sinkie.” 
Sometimes, the connection is obvious – 
kneel for All Saints Day; and often not – 
well, you will see. 
Your haiku might explore the word, 
a variation of it, the holiday, 
or if you are really ambitious 
marry word and holiday in the same poem. 
Enjoy and celebrate the imagination of wordsmiths and poets.