Saturday, February 4, 2012

Twins




true faces hiding 
with pretty masks, deceiving  
one and all, but us

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twain from the same vein   
we look up to the blue sky,    
off tangent we fly
  
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twin mirror staring
well of bare flesh and dark words,    
our clouds and bane    



Written for Few Miles Haiku Challenge 2012 for the month of February:   Day 5- Acrostic Haiku :   I chose the word TWO.    



picture credit:   here

22 comments:

  1. smart haiku on twins, wow.

    love the imagery.

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  2. The words you choose and weave into your haiku poetry reveals your keen eye and rare talent. I am enjoying each one very much!

    I also enjoyed meeting you in the interview earlier this week...neighbor:) I hail from the KW area.

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  3. My twin is a cat, that pretends not to be Pat. How about that?

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  4. nice haiku...so are you a twin? you have me curious now...

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  5. there seems to be such magic in twins...love how you captured the essence of twins in your haiku

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  6. Good three! Or should I say 2, you know what I mean!!!

    Nicely!

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  7. Thanks ~

    I have twin sisters, and twin brothers in law. Happy day ~

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  8. Twins, always, make me feel so dreamy. Beautifully penned! :)

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  9. Three takes on the same subject...three different ways of seeing twins...

    Not Acrostic, but My Choice!

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  10. Very smart set with intricate insight provided for the reader. Well done!!

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  11. Very clever, great pic too. I have twin nephews. They were so identical as children we could never tell them apart and they used to play tricks in us because of that. LOL

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  12. I loved your two's... beautiful one..

    Someone is Special

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  13. I thought, what an interesting take on the experience of being twins. Then I noticed the acrostic and was even more impressed.

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