One a Tom – night prowler, elusive schemer – renders me sleepless. Another, pampered, a diva demanding, high anxiety to boot – makes me crazy.
I dined on your expectations, enticed by the spice of your words – insatiable this hunger for approval. Mistook self-assuredness for wisdom – how bitter
I throb, belly a swill of green – never smoked… There is good air & trees, and warming chards Breathe out…and spit.. Only champagne cup
Metal moans and brake lines squeal as rubber comes to a crawl – tie-up on the highway. Roadside wildflowers flourish, attract birds and bees alike
Perception muddled, brain’s alignment slightly off – one of a kind, no? (A tongue-in-cheek haiku for RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge: kind & mind. Image from
Jumbo Jet they called her – fast on her feet, zooming in, swooping up trays, delivering with flight attendant flair. When did she turn to