Haiku: Departure

Haiku:  Departure

Silvery bird flies
Through azure and cotton skies
Adventure starts now

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I wrote this haiku a few years ago, after sitting on a plane and waiting waiting waiting waiting, for a vacation that we had long been anticipating.  At lift-off, euphoria and haiku hit me.

I’m publishing it now concurrent with a business trip, having scheduled it ahead of time to go live when my flight takes off (it just seems apropos).  I love my job and I’m headed off to a peer group meeting, so it will definitely be a lively and invigorating couple of days.  Adventure starts now…!

For more Glover Gardens haiku, click here.


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