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planets- stars align
time stands still to welcome a
twice blessed boy child

John K Brewster
"Willows whiten, aspens quiver, little breezes dusk and shiver"- Lord Tennyson

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The following comments are for "the twice blessed child"
by johnb79

Many chins have I
Five long fingers on each hand
But just one forehead

H'mf! This Haiku stuff is harder than it looks.

( Posted by: gsmonks [Member] On: March 8, 2004 )

one word...

( Posted by: johnb79 [Member] On: March 9, 2004 )

Curious, too
I, too, am curious as to what your final line is meant to invoke.

Is it you? A birthday poem, but happy this time? Or something else?

It is a good haiku, nonetheless. Short and sweet.

( Posted by: hazelfaern [Member] On: March 9, 2004 )

favorite show is....
my fav show on TV since they took off Buffy, is Charmed. I totally like the mystical and magical edge the show has. The haiku is aout last seasons birth of the first Halliwell sister's baby boy. The day he was born, good and bad magic shut down, to welcome in the birth of this TWICE BLESSED BOY CHILD. You'll have to check out the episode, I watched it recently on TNT reruns, and had forgotten how good that episode was.
Thanks to all for you comments. I hope the definition of this haiku has not swayed your judgemet.....

( Posted by: johnb79 [Member] On: March 11, 2004 )

twice blessed boy child
*l* No, it makes it even more wonderful. ;)

( Posted by: SkyTigress [Member] On: June 24, 2004 )

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