Haiku Part 6: T(eas[e/y])


Haiku Part 6: T(eas[e/y])

I know what you want
Hypnotically you flaunt
Your body with taunts

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Tempestlady commented on Haiku Part 6: T(eas[e/y])


Are we all so transparent with our flirting? I wonder. Wonderfully stated and simple and succinct. Write on....

danmartyjake1 commented on Haiku Part 6: T(eas[e/y])


In keeping with the 5/7/5 and doing it well with a different subject that is stimulating for the reader. Another masterful write. I will study you... so far I am inspired.

crazygirl77 commented on Haiku Part 6: T(eas[e/y])


This haiku is short but seductive. It was a quick yet sensual read...very sexy!

If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.

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Insanity's Fire 1
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Haiku Part 6: T(eas[e/y]) 3
Clarity Haiku 3
Forsaken Haiku 4
Why Should We Try? Haiku 1
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Goodbye 1
Late At Night 2
American Ido( l / n't ) 3
Haiku Tangent: What Does It Really Mean? 2
When It's Over 2
Haiku Part 5: The Ghuzal Tragedy 3
Haiku Part 4: Appeal 1
Haiku Part 3: Prey 2
Haiku Part 2: Regrets 7
Haiku Part 1: Safe and Warm 8
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The Other Side of Me 3
Raindrops on My Piano 2
Look Through Me 2
Any Other Way 1
Changing Chance 1
As I Am 1
Apart 3
The Weekend Sand 2
Why Worry 2
As I Lie Here 3
Broken 3
Two 1
Here To Stay 1
She Won't 2
Slow Down Mister Steep 1
Unwanted Progress 2
Who's That Lady 3
Begin Again 0
Quitting Again 1
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Facing the Truth 1
Moving On 4