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weeping willow droops
creates graceful canopy
branches sweeping low

Kacee Huggs

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by nitz kitty

Perfect and Easy
It's nice but it's too easy. I feel like I've read this before in many ways but I'm not sure. I do like the way you've put this so perfectly down.

( Posted by: kraziRenee [Member] On: June 3, 2006 )

Thank you for reading and commenting...I was just thinking about an old weeping willow tree we had in our backyard when I was a child...we would hide under it when playing hide-n-seek.
I don't go on many poetry sites...but I have NEVER read another Haiku on weeping willow trees ...EVER...and I beg to differ with you...It isn't easy to form a piece of poetry from 17 syllables into a 5-7-5 format...I happen to like short poetry ...I tend to get bored with the long stuff...but everyone is different...Thank God...this world would be a boring place if everyone was the same....Why don't you join in the My Weirdest Date Thread...It's just taking off...Kacee

( Posted by: nitz kitty [Member] On: June 4, 2006 )

Chris and Lucy
Thanks for reading and rating...Kacee

( Posted by: Nitz Kitty [Member] On: June 4, 2006 )

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