Sunday, October 16, 2011

Sometimes.. Words Fill More than One Page...

" Constitutions have to be written on hearts, not just paper. "
   -  Margaret Thatcher

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Project 365- A Photo a Day

Six Word Saturday-

Sidekicks kick it
at the fall festival...

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Mad Kane's Limerick Offs-
( Is Late better than Never?)

Case Closed

A fellow at work on a case
behind in the legal rat race
was caught taking a bribe
from the cities new "tribe"
now inmates and bars fill his space...

Written By: Patricia Sawyer

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Haiku Heights - Vibrant


vibrant autumn leaves
spiral on the chilly wind
laughing piles erupt

Written By: Patricia Sawyer

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Sunday One Single Impression- # 190 Paper

The Cranes

colorful paper
prayers carefully folded~
laughing Doc accepts

Written By: Patricia Sawyer

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and #189- River - ( yes I know it is late!)


dancing refugee
hear the call of the river
railroad lamp beckons

Written By: Patricia Sawyer

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Thanks for stopping by my world today.. I welcome both comments and followers..
Have a wonderful day!


Andy Sewina said...

Dead good, nice selection of thoughts, I just popped over from the Haiku heights prompt. I Enjoyed your post! Thank you.

Karen S. said...

Okay! Your thoughts and words just kept on going...nice how sweet the first sounds of such a sad situation! Very cool 6WS!

Grace said...

I like the vibrant autumn.. and colorful cranes of paper.

Nice ones ~

Madeleine Begun Kane said...

LOL! Late is most definitely better than never. :)

The Write Girl said...

All of your poems and haikus are lovely. Your vibrant haiku is particularly poignant. Love the personification of leaves. Sweet!

Rebecca said...

Didn't get to go to any festivals this summer-maybe next year! True words!

Ruchi Jain said...

So many Haiku's, You are so creative.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Paper often holds prayers whether folded or written.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I can see--and hear--those laughing piles of leaves erupting!

One Take on Vibrant

Morning said...