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Yeah Write #31: Seasons Lament (#Haiku #amwritingpoetry)


I so long await
for the splashing springtime rain
then lament the wet.

6 comments on “Yeah Write #31: Seasons Lament (#Haiku #amwritingpoetry)

  1. innatejames
    March 6, 2016

    We always want what we haven’t got. I notice you only have 5 syllables in your second line. Was that intentional?

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    • Laissez Faire
      March 6, 2016

      One of the words was missing. Sometimes my kindle makes edits that I don’t notice. When I copied it I also didn’t see that it was missing. Dammit.


      • innatejames
        March 6, 2016

        Gotcha. WordPress does this thing where it moves my cursor into the middle of words whenever it auto saves my post, so I always have to watch where I’m typing.

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      • Laissez Faire
        March 6, 2016

        I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had autocorrect get in my way. It thinks it knows what I want.


  2. Marcy
    March 6, 2016

    I like the conflicting feelings here–and I catch myself feeling that way too.

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