Lovelorn Poet in Seattle, WA: More Haikus for Hopefuls

eyes

eyes

Was that a quick wink?
Or just some sand in her eye?
Does she read Craigslist?

 

Missed Connections are filled with good, bad, and wink-n-nod haiku. Did you write one? Did you find one? Did you respond to one? Feeling hopeful in Seattle? Simply email the link to Lovelorn Poets. We’ll preserve those sandy-eyed syllables for all eternity.

Lovelorn Poet in Seattle, WA: Haiku For Hopefuls

Love

Love

‘Hello my name is’
YOUR name goes here because you
are looking for love.

(It’s here somewhere brave hearts)

 

Missed Connections are filled with good, bad, and brave hearted haiku. Did you write one? Did you find one? Did you respond to one? Even if you’re not in Seattle (the current center of the missed connections haiku universe) simply email the link to Lovelorn Poets. We’ll preserve those lovely looking syllables for all eternity.

Lovelorn Poet in Seattle, WA: Samara’s Ride Haiku

Love

Love

Metro riders sit
Their eyes fixed on their iPhones
Searching for new love.

Have a nice day.evening.night.

Missed Connections are filled with good, bad, and surreptitiously voyeuristic haiku. Did you write one? Did you find one? Did you respond to one? The NSA already knows what you’re looking at, so why not email the link to Lovelorn Poets? We’ll preserve those publicly transitive syllables for all eternity.

Lovelorn Poet in Seattle, WA: Haikus 4 & 5

You

You

I am always here
For whatever you may need
As long as I live

I hope you are well
And taking care of yourself
This is all I wish

Missed Connections are filled with good, bad, and five-part-haiku (an end of a year, an end of a haiku). Did you write one? Did you find one? Did you respond to one? Wish for anything you’d like, but please email the link to Lovelorn Poets. We’ll preserve those long-living syllables for all eternity.

Lovelorn Poet in Seattle, WA: Haikus 3

Sorry

Sorry

I know that you cared
But the timing wasn’t right
For that I’m sorry

 

 

Missed Connections are filled with good, bad, and five-part-haiku (the beginning of the end arrives next week…). Did you write one? Did you find one? Did you respond to one? Yes, we know you’re sorry, but please email the link to Lovelorn Poets. We’ll preserve those right-place-wrong-time syllables for all eternity.