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child safe – a haiku


A mural in Tecate, Mexico, sits just beyond a border structure Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, seen from Tecate, Calif. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

who will keep them safe
defenseless children, orphaned
ransom for a wall


Well I can’t help but think the timely prompt words for Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Poetry Challenge were asking for this. How can I not write about the children. They are always on my mind, and will continue to be until they are reunited with their parents and we end this horrible nightmare.

Safe – A Haiku

there is no safe place

no high ground, no border wall

to save us from us


For Haiku Horizons Challenge, prompt word, safe.

Safe – a Haiku Challenge


we assume we’re safe
behind our locked doors and walls
hearts throb in darkness

kat ~ 6 December 2016

A Haiku for Haiku Horizon’s Weekly Challenge, prompt word: SAFE

Storm Signs – A Palindrome for Palindrome Week


In honor of Palindrome week…here is a Palindrome Poem.

Storms coming…
furious blustering wind
midst clouds looming dark
while thunderous
voices strobing
warning ever warning
raindrops falling
like tears
frightened fragile 
souls crying 
are there
places safe
safe places
there are
crying souls
fragile frightened
tears like
falling raindrops
warning ever warning
strobing voices
thunderous while
dark looming clouds midst
wind blustering furious
coming storms.

kat ~ 16 June 2016

It Happens


Photo Credit: memegenerator.net

Those who play it safe
don’t believe in destiny
sometimes *stuff* happens! 🙂

kat ~ 7 March 2016

Prompt Word: Safe – for Haiku Horizon’s weekly challenge. Click HERE to learn more.


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