Goodbye, 2020

And good riddance!

Why are Michelangelo and Donatello fighting?

10/5

Combat’s taken to

A different level when

Riding microbe mounts

Highly magnified and blurry

10/9

Standing sentinel

Bands of brown and green and gold

Cranes in the meadow

Don’t be a window hog.

10/13

Lured by the outdoors

Cats enjoy smell-o-vision

She won’t get closer

Life is rough

10/22

Sad sack of cat in

Contemplation of the void

Where are my d*** treats?

Michael’s birthday present

10/29

O the ecstasy

Of being devoured by a

Shark made out of cloth

Surprise! The snow came back.

11/25

Snow flurries melted

I’m sad that the snow is gone

For a while, beauty

Get outta my chair!

12/15

Doctor, wondering

If he could write better books

Steals mom’s spot again.

Haiku June

Six photographs for the sixth month of 2020

The ceiling is collapsing!

6/3

Things falling apart

Our ceiling cannot hold when

Anarchy is loosed

Quit looking at me, Iris.

6/8

Flower confusion:

Irises blue or purple?

Eight percent are blue.

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6/17

I did not feel like

Composing haikus today

For crying out loud

All that fur must be strictly ornamental

6/19

FEAST YOUR EYES UPON

THE FUZZY GLORY OF MY 

SOLAR PANEL TUMMY

Sigh…it’s not actually a bag

6/24

The cat’s in the bag

Eyes wide with excitement she’s

Peeking out at me

A plague of damselflies

7/6

Many damselflies

Are attracted to my arm

Only God knows why

Haiku May I?

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5/4

Feeling really weird

Too flushed and warm to the touch

Could it be COVID?

I’m going home now.

Hopefully, this is nothing

But paranoia

Tested negative

Praising God for His mercy

Stupid allergies

Possibly the coolest bus I’ve ever seen. No, I never went inside. 😦

5/14

The ghost bus arrived

Come to carry me away

From my mundane life

My favorite part of Spring!

Crabapple blossoms

In pursuit of springtime dew

Open soft lips wide

Rabbit hopping near the irises…

6/1

Hey little bunny

Nice irises you’ve got there

Enjoy the sunshine