Tag: humpday haiku
hit the brakes! avoid
the woman switching lanes
with me still beside.
Ah…driving in LA, always an adventure. Do the holidays make us drive worse? Today’s near miss was at least the 4th time in the past couple weeks where someone has attempted to change lanes despite the presence of my vehicle next to them. Most of the time, they realize their blunder and quickly move back to their lane. But the woman driving the Jeep today, just kept coming, completely oblivious (at least by appearances), never fully switching into my lane and cutting off the person who was in front of her in her original lane. To be fair…I did this to a motorcyclist myself in the past couple weeks, but he was sitting in my blind spot splitting lanes. I was driving the vanpool minivan.
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fall grieves the loss of
family covering earth
with tearfull leaves
ahh…the best laid plans. I had intended to make this a weekly feature with the posting of the first haiku on Nov 4th. But then I was called to jury duty and the past two Wednesdays were my only days in the office (and therefore quite busy).
This weeks haiku is inspired by Alicia’s grandpa, Stan, who passed away last week, my grandpa, Harold, who taught me what it meant to love (and passed away in August 1991), and my other grandpa, Mike, who is facing the upcoming second anniversary of my grandma’s death.
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fog filled mornings a
reminder so. cal. summers
do indeed relent
I’ve decided I need to get back to a habit of writing more. Both on this blog and in general. So to help kickstart this goal, I’m going to start posting a haiku every Wednesday on the blog.
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