March 18, 2009

haiku wednesday - March 18, 2009

This week's words are
burden
natural
ubiquitous

It would feel like Thursday already if not for 3WW.



ubiquitous flesh
natural but distasteful?
carnivore's burden


natural mistake:
"only God's ubiquitous"
it's my burden, too


thick doubts burden you
ubiquitous fear portends
the natural end

11 comments:

Tan said...

Hey PjD

That was too good a try ... I liked all three of your Haikus and this was no burden to me ...

Cheers!!

PS: plz remove the word verification - does not look good on a human blog!

ThomG said...

Always a pleasure PJD. Sorry you're feeling so much pressures, but your hiaku has not suffered one bit.

Tumblewords: said...

These are wonderful. Maybe I need a little more stress in my life? The third really speaks to me, the first brought a grin, and the second says far more than 3 lines usually can.

Robin S. said...

Oooooh. Like them all. Love #3.

Aniket said...

Liked them all PJD... and loved them in order 3,1,2.

I love to read your 3WWs. :)

pjd said...

Tan, thanks! I prefer the word verification to moderating comments.

ThomG, thanks for stopping by. The extra pressure is all good. Hard to find time to write, but Day Job is definitely working out well right now.

Tumblewords, I still think yours are far superior to mine! But thank you all the same. I'm wondering what the second says to you...

Robin, always nice to have you visit. Unfortunately, I am so totally swamped that I might not get to the voice thingy this weekend. Or the dream writing challenge. Argh.

Aniket, thank you! It's interesting that you would order them a certain way. I really write each to be independent. But now that you mention it... yeah. Interesting.

gautami tripathy said...

You haiku are as good as ever. Always a pleasure to read those.

holding on

jay said...

Three for the price of one! Well done! :)

Sepiru Chris said...

PJD,

Great entries; I'm glad that you found time for 3WW because I always like seeing what you have written.

Tschuess,
Chris

lissa said...

I find these haikus to be a bit pessimistic but somewhat true

Heather said...

Wonderful! I admire you for finding time to write despite being so busy. I'm struggling with that myself. Keep up the great work!