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The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

By July 30, 2018 No Comments

The only theme in this series of haikus is the theme of current events and present-ness in writing. Since my last set of haikus, I have experienced the loss of a loved one, mistreatment from a loved one that has resulted in a lot of [internal] pain and suffering and, at last, a desire to be vulnerable with another human being.

Hope you enjoy my latest set of haikus in my You In Haiku poetry series.

The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

When you are afraid
to be fragile, that is
when it counts the most.
– Rosie Chuong

The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

Two ways to make a
statement: silence your voice or
make a sound with it.
– Rosie Chuong

The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

How blue the skies were
when the heavens accepted
you as you left earth.
– Rosie Chuong

The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

Love with no regret.
Live with no regret. What a
way to love and live.
– Rosie Chuong

The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

If your words cease to
haunt me then, perhaps, you are
not the one for me.
– Rosie Chuong

The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

The definitive
tradition he believed in:
creating his own.
– Rosie Chuong

The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

It’s against my laws
to let you in. And against
yours to follow mine.
– Rosie Chuong

The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

So cruel of you to
kiss me before you leave me.
Yet necessary.
– Rosie Chuong

The “You In Haiku” Poetry Series By Rosie Chuong | Volume IV

It’s OK to be
like a rose. Take all the time
you need to unfold.
– Rosie Chuong


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