mad. So I'll see you after
the Fourth of July.
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What should have happened: Yesterday I went home with the intention of making a great Haikuesday update, finishing my Luminaria for Belinda’s Relay For Life, watching the Season Finale of Glee and starting on a special project for Theresa.
What actually happened was this: Came home to no lights, no computers, no television, no internets, NO POWER. Sooooo we went to a bar and watched a baseball game.
When we came home at 10:30 we found the power on, but because I had to finish my luminaria, it took precedence over all else. I finished that at 12:30, went to bed, and woke up this morning to realize I had missed another Haikuesday.
My Conclusion: The heavens are conspiring against my Haikuesdays. Obviously they realize the power my little haikus generate throughout the world. Probably just one of my Haikus read aloud (maybe the one about Mr. Rhino) could topple the Pyramids of Egypt.
I have one thing to say to the Heavens.
This haiku topples
historic landmarks just like
zombies gobble brains
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The Holiday of Yesterday
Has thrown my schedule into the loo.
I keep thinking it’s the month of May
So I'm pushing back my day of Haiku.
So, dear reader, please don't feel betrayed
if Haikuesday you cannot find
For it has only been a bit delayed
To ease my frazzled mind.
On Wednesday of this week only
We'll have Haikus galore
And though Haikuesnesday sounds pretty homely
It's just something we'll have to ignore.
-Over and Out-