Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Sensational Haiku Wednesday – Belong (-ing)

Secure, wrapped in arms
unconditionally mine:
I sigh; I am home.
0 - green butterfly[2]
Write a haiku based on the week’s theme.
“The basics: Haiku is simple! It is 3 non-rhyming lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively (a great way to use your fingers!)”
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33 comments:

  1. Oooooh, Somebody Puked!
    The Answer is Obvious
    VANESSA KILMER!!!!




    (Some things you just can't live down can you? Especially with Butt-Holes like me dredging them up every week. I promise, you'll never hear of said incident again from my lips .)

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  2. But you WILL hear this......
    YAHTZEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. and home is a great place to be...

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  4. and home is a great place to be...

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  5. I don't even wanna know what G-Man is going on about ;)

    Exactly how I feel about belonging, Nessa! Great haiku!

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  6. G-Man: You are going to ruin my reputation, she said indignantly. Oh, wait, she mused, I’ve already done that myself.

    Any publicity is good publicity.

    BINGO!!!!!!


    Gattina: In my lover’s arms, of course.

    Brian Miller: My favorite place in the world.

    Jenn @ Youknow...that Blog?: That G-Man makes stuff up ;) I am the epitome of lady-like behavior *snort*

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  7. Beautiful haiku, and great images you're planting in my head!

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  8. you are sweet Nessa
    homeboy holds you o so tight
    love him forever

    I like your belonging. Glad you're home now. Another storm is coming, this time from us in Texas.
    ..

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  9. Mumsy: Thanks. I hope they are warm and cozy.

    Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades.: Thank-you.

    Jingle: Home is my special place.

    Jim: He’s my one and only.

    I just heard this morning about the hurricane down your way. I hope you all stay safe and this one peters out like the last one.

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  10. ...unconditionally mine..LOVE this - yeah - that feels like home

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  11. sounds very cosy and romantic...

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  12. I belong with you
    Where ever you are I am too
    forever friends we are

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  13. Boy, that's sort of sweet, TLP. What got into you?

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  14. Fantastic Haiku, Nessa! You certainly captured my feelings from a week or so ago.

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  15. This is so beautiful. (sighing...)

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  16. Awww... there's no place like home. There's NO place like home! :)

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  17. There's no place quite like home, is there?

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  18. very sweet Nessa, warm and fuzzy, it is a good read for a day like today (we are cold, wet and cloudy here in So Cal.

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  19. Nessa

    Sounds like the perfect and only place to be to weather the storms, and the good times together. Sigh.

    That G-Man is at it again. We should have some fun with him come Flash Friday,-- have to think about this one...

    I tried rating your haiku and it did not work, ugh,

    but I give it 5 stars,

    Cheers,
    Joanny

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  20. Funny how many of us got wrapped up in arms for this haiku!

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  21. Claudia: I’m glad others felt it too.

    juliana: hubby’s hugs are the best.

    TLP: This was very sweet

    Doug: Are you suggesting TLP is not normally sweet?

    Mama Zen: Ah, success ;)

    Alice Audrey: it’s a shame it can’t last longer.

    PattiKen: Thank-you.

    Melli: I agree.

    Shelley Munro: Always good to go back to.

    Bloggin'withAmanda: I’m glad this hit the spot.

    EG Wow: Thanks.

    joanny: I say we all write our 55’s geared towards the g-man one Friday.

    Ria: We all heated up the blogosphere today.

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  22. Heated air rises.
    Cumulonimbus clouds form
    Storms off Jersey Shore.

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  23. Nice. Very sensitive and intimate. A pleasure to read. - bill

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  24. NICE!!! Guess the camping's done with :)
    Hope you had fun!
    This Haiku says it all! :)
    Take care...

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  25. karen a.: A very topical contribution to the haiku day.

    Bill Cook: I have to show my nice side on occasion. ;)

    KB: Thank-you.

    Eden: I am glad you enjoyed it.

    kavisionz: We go camping again in October when we can do big bonfires.

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