thirty nine in bloomon three twenty nine oh nine;your best haiku, please.share a memoryor admit how you know me,all friends, old and new.roast me or toast me, sing me your birthday wishesin 5-7-5.
Tons of Hugs & Kisses,From everyone who misses,My Birthday Wishes.A thousand returns,To desire what you may,A very happy birthday.We love you so much,Like a monkey does banana,Happy Birthday oh Jana!!!:-)
Happy birthday. Celebrate.Time to party,Contemplate.
Haican't haiku -- never could for some reason. So -- with no poetry in my brain this morning, I'll just wish you the best! Haihope you have a wonderful day and many, many more.:-)
Nice work, Anks - thanks for the XOs!Dave - perfect birthday wishes for a poet. :)Karen - "haican't haiku" - thanks for the birthday laughs and well wishes! :)
a quarter that leapsChaerea stops Caligulahold fast and slow time
I put this on my blog for you...here it is again! Happy Birthday to my favorite childhood babysitter.a late arrivalthree, two-nine, seven-sevena lie? I deny.
birthday for Janaa day like any other?I surely hope not.
I cant do poetry either, haha. But a verry happy birthday to my favorite aunt! I hope you have a very blessed day.Kelsey-Jeremiah and Kaede too.
ekostard - oh, that is deep, man.;)Jane - i suppose the first line really isn't a secret, lol. You have a good memory!Anthony - thanks for chiming in - it means a lot. :)Thanks, Kelsey! Hey, wait a minute...i'm your *only* aunt, lol. :)
Overachiever-A mom who runs, reads, writes, sings:Twenty-nine at heart.College English Class-Discussions with Dr. Brown,I miss her, do you?Now a Cyber Friend-Do you actually exist?I may never know.Yippee for Birthdays!It's time to celebrate YOU!Mediocre? No.
Girl, I've been runningin your footsteps since college!YOU inspire ME!(thanks for the awesome haikus! :)Dr. Brown, sadly, passed away about a month ago. She was a kick in the butt - even up to the day she finally let go, so I hear).
Dudley traditionbirthday cards are never "late"it's the thought that counts***thirty-nine? ha, ha!next you'll say you have four kids--ton ami, Pierre***I am heartbrokenbut I have a good excuseI missed your birthday
the haiku masterdescends from snow covered peaksfashionably latethanks for the haikus, peter - lovely! ;)
haiku queen talking about haiku in a haiku
Google sent me hereon three fifteen oh one one.My best haiku. No.Share a memory?Or admit how I know you?All friends, old and new?Roast you or toast you?Sing to you birthday wishes?In 5-7-5?In 5-7-5.Written from across the world.I like how you write.
@Zara - that was the nicest surprise to see your haikus! :) Thank you, and welcome to my blog. :)
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