Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Sensational Haiku Wednesday

Jen at hosts this. I can't play often because my M-W is usually pretty crazy, but sometimes I get inspired.  Or not. You can decide.  This week's theme:

We scuttle sideways
Avoiding issues that hurt
Back under that rock!

And just so you all know, I'm really not usually crabby. I've been described as relentlessly cheerful. I prefer to think it was a compliment.


The Bug said...

Oh wow - relentlessly cheerful. I might have to step away from you sideways if it's too early in the morning LOL.

Love the haiku - very well done!

Anonymous said...

Excellent my friend. I would take that as a compliment as well.

Donna said...

I find that the darkness under the rock may be familiar and it is lonely. Used to retreat when I was hurt.

Like yourself, glad that I am not usually crabby. Often accused of being to chipper.

Love the language of this post.

TortugaRachel said...

Ooo, I love your take on it! Nicely done!

Amanda Moore said...

This has to be the best use of the prompt I have read all day you used the obsure and made it obvious!

Dominic de Mattos said...

I can just see crabby glowering at the world from under the rock!

Nice haiku :)


Ria said...

I have found nothing irritates people more at 5 am than being bright and cheery... so I do it often mwahahaha!

Jenn @ Youknow...that Blog? said...

So happy to see you!! Made my day. I think you did great, even if I had to make you crabby to get you back with us ;) Well done!

quilly said...

Your haiku is my favorite of the lot. (Don't tell anyone I said that.) I, too, am relentlessly cheerful, but we all have our crabby moments.