Two Haiku


Full words, sounds, puzzles
of rhyming meter seduce
poets. Promises.


Trite words, blunt needles
pierce poet balloons.  Latex
oozes broken air.

© 2011 Kim King

About k2king

Francophile, writer, poet, and mother of Samoyeds
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3 Responses to Two Haiku

  1. Vinay says:

    I didn’t know which was your poetry for the Rally, so being attracted to haiku, I decided to drop in on this 🙂 Both say so much in so less, but perhaps it is the poet in me.. that I love the love one best! Thanks for the read, Kim! 😉

    • k2king says:

      Thanks! I love haiku as well, but tend to stick to narrative poetry. Not sure, I think “The Table’ was picked , but glad you liked the others.
      I’ll be checking yours out!

  2. bendedspoon says:

    I love the 2 Haiku! Anti-love always ouch! 🙂

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