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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Tuesday Haiku




Skittles at Heads or Tails offers this prompt:


HEADS - Wear *or* TAILS - Where

My response, which is both an Occidental senyru and an American Sentence:



no where is wear more
evident than on the head
where I wear my face



Fractal created in Fractal Explorer.

11 comments:

Skittles said...

My face is wearing a lot of wrinkles these days. :)

Hootin' Anni said...

I love this!!
[Oh and my reflection of my own face is like Skittles'] But that comes from wisdom and happiness, right?

fourwindshaiga said...

I agree with skittles and hootin' anni. Today, my face wears 58 years of wear and tear! Good poem.

Sue said...

Very creative! I'm showing some wear and tear :)

anthonynorth said...

Nice one, but my mirror lies nowadays when I look where I wear it.

forgetfulone said...

That was such a cute poem!

maggie's mind said...

Very nicely done!

paisley said...

and i know that you my darling girl,, better than most,, know...

loved this for many reasons,, but mostly because it came from you!!

Vic Grace said...

Too true I see that every day. Thanks for visiting my blog

storyteller said...

Oh my … I’m chuckling as I type because your wonderful piece describes me so effectively. Interestingly, I value each and every line in my face and gray hair in my head … choosing to view each as a sign of ‘character’ and personality … well earned ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Stacy (mama-om) said...

This was a delight!

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