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Croix Parler

Croix
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I'd like to use this pace for miscellaneous matters that don't fit elsewhere

Thanks

Croix

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mmMekitty
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ER, it is the reverse version which is the equivalent of Om mani padme hum mantra of all inebriated beings. It is a certain proof that one is not inebriated 'enough' if one can sing the song entirely backwards. 

If the kiwis are navel-gazing, they best do so very mindfully, lest they poke their beaks right through the middle & out the other side & will awake to find themselves feeling very deflated. No simple hangover, this.

 

Hugzies

mmMekitty

Eagle Ray
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Hi Croix and MK,

 

Thank you for your literary creation Croix. You are helping inspire me to create worster poems. MK, “engorge a gorge” is a fine ending. Yes, too much naval gazing from a kiwi could lead that long snoot of theirs to poke through to the other side.

 

There was a penguin named Clyde

Who liked to whiz down a slide 

Over the igloo

And into the deep blue

Waking the walrus inside

mmMekitty
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Croix, I have a last line for you, (& a little bit of punctuation). Hope you like:

 

A kiwi has a beaky snoot.

Its private life is a hoot.

With empty bottles all around,

In corners snoring it is found,

With a walrus smelling of vintage fruit.

 

Hugzies

mmMekitty

 

Okay? 

 

Croix
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Ray and cat gladden
white blossoms on the cherry
are just seasonal

mmMekitty
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Good haiku, Croix. Like this one? 

 

 

*    Smell

 

Walrus rests replete

Leftover clams at his 'feet'

Cherry blooms smell sweet.

 

 

mmMekitty Sept 27 2023

mmMekitty
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Actually LRC had a paw in that one.

mmMekitty
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*     Haikus

 

Thoughts enmesh sublime

Focused ideas in time

Haikus need not rhyme.

 

 

mmMekitty - September 28, 2023

mmMekitty
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Thanks Croix. I appreciate your support.

Hugzies

mmMekitty

Eagle Ray
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Cute penguin waddles

Amongst a sprawl of kiwis

Emitting loud snores

 

Resplendent walrus

Silhouetted at sunset

Upon the iceberg

 

Little red cat leaps

Onto the igloo boldly

To enjoy the view

 

Eagle Ray - September 28, 2023

Croix
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Dear ER~

I had people like you at school. They would muck round, not study and generally have a good time - then come top of the maths class. I agonized over each syllable in the three lines of my haiku and you dash of a page's worth -sheesh

 

Croix (the ex-poet:)