Monday, April 01, 2019

Peace



Hemingway helped me launch Playing With Poetry by reminding me to PLAY with the Haikubes. He LOVES the sound they make. When I dumped them on the carpet, he came running. At first he supervised while I made my choices.



But pretty soon, he wanted to click the cubes himself, then carry one away to hide under the couch.



Here's my haiku for April 1:

we, you, us...all wrong:
fortune will flock to places
parallel with peace

©Mary Lee Hahn, 2019



9 comments:

  1. There is too much to love about this. The haiku of course - "fortune will flock to places/parallel with peace." And you have a long haired stunner of a cat named Hemingway! And he playes with Haikubes! (I love that sound too and may now go hide one under the couch.) What a fun month of a project to look forward to! xx

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  2. I would watch a tv show of Hemingway making haiku/playing with Haikubes, just sayin'

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  3. Who really wrote this haiku - you or Hemingway? I've heard of helper animals, but I never heard of one that writes poetry!

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  4. HAH! Always so much "help" our little friends provide.

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  5. This might be on one of those twitter feeds for cats. People would be amazed! I like that the message is clear, all together now--peace!

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  6. Hemingway and Haikubes - how stinking cute is all of this. I sure how they both make another appearance!

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  7. Can't wait to see where you go with this. I plan to drop in every day to comment, and maybe I will write with you some days...

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  8. Beautiful! What a cute helper you have.

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  9. It seems Hemingway Haikubes is trending in the comments section ;) "fortune will flock to places/parallel with peace" is a beautiful thought. I see an "Ode to Hemingway" in the future--Maybe with found poetry from the comments section? Thanks for sharing pictures of the process.

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