Haiku Sushi

(Bashing Basho)



No one pond
along this sound but I,
this frog.



lone’s this:
we eve an autumn branch;
no one sits.


April floats and stirs;
how soon it must willow.
The butterfly leaves.



Written for Margo.
Discombobulate some haiku here.
Read Basho’s originals here.



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9 Responses to Haiku Sushi

  1. gh0stpupp3t says:

    Very nice haikus 🙂

  2. Mr. Walker says:

    My favorite is the first one. I will be discombobulating more haiku.

  3. margo roby says:

    I can’t decide between the first and third, but I do love discombobulating, too. Such great fun!

  4. ihatepoetry says:

    Calm, beautiful haikus.

  5. Candy says:

    Great. My favorite is the third one
    Thanks for the discombobulate. What fun 🙂

  6. Very nice. I love all of them!

  7. Opal Onyx says:

    I am swooning over these. You have made my morning!

    “No one pond
    along this sound but I” This is exactly how I feel (“pond” being a verb, of course). Ponding along sound can be lonely. Thanks for doing it with me, froggy friend.

    I so love “willow” as a verb. There should be WAY more willowing in the world. We’d all be happier, wouldn’t we?

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