Sunday, February 6, 2011

Haiku Challenge for Monday, February 7, 2011



Anger




Cozen demeanor
Pert draconian deceit
Fuel wrathfulness



Kristen Haskell

8 comments:

lynnaima said...

It sure can! Deceit bites, a lot! I know. I have been bamboozled too many times, nicely done!

Nanka said...

So true that tempers flare when cheated or deceived. I have felt this, when vendors do it at the market place :)

Someone is Special said...

Kristen, true, true, true dude.. Loved it..

Someone is Special

Bing (PinkLady) said...

any form of fraud or deceit is unforgivable. your haiku expressed it well. :)

http://pinklady-bing.blogspot.com/2011/02/dreaming-of-change.html

Mike and Sandy Patrick said...

“Cozen demeanor.” What a wonderful, apt phrase. I wish I had your vocabulary.
Mike Patrick

Please excuse that this stupid Google Identity will not allow me to link to my poetry site at http://thepoetsquill.wordpress.com/, but I had to use it in order to comment.

Kristen Haskell said...

Thank you all for your kind comments. @ Mike Patrick vocabulary is something that constantly evolves. I use my dictionary and thesaurus all the time when writing. I especially use it when writing Haiku. It helps a lot and you learn so many cool words that way. I am headed to your blog now.

Jingle said...

abstract and powerful.
well done.

Cheers, share one piece with poetry potluck today, you rock.

Amanda Moore said...

wow intense and vivid, very creative!