Poetry of the Soul

Poetry is thoughts that breathe, and words that burn. ~Thomas Gray

Shift February 19, 2010

Filed under: poetry — laurenmichelleotheim @ 3:58 pm
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I want to know if

The air here tastes different

Than it does at home

(c) Lauren Otheim – 2010

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16 Responses to “Shift”

  1. kseverny Says:

    Well there is only one way to find out. lol
    cool haiku

  2. brian miller Says:

    nice. and if it does, thats not bad…

  3. wordwand Says:

    a respectable first attempt.a lovely haiku.

  4. datsme Says:

    No matter what…nothing feels as good as home 🙂

    Nice haiku.

  5. ishabelle Says:

    yup… nothing feels like home… but it feels good to be away from home sometimes too (to know how their air tastes) *wink* for you: http://ishabellemanalo.wordpress.com/2010/02/23/you-deserve-a-star-today-award

  6. Very sweet poem!

  7. Jaymie Says:

    Lovely. Makes me want to book a ticket of adventure.

  8. Andy Bonjour Says:

    This one caught my attention. Thanks for sharing it. What I like is the thought of tasting air is unusual to me.

    I also like that you ended the first line with “if”, then the next two lines had solid end words.

    Keep on writing, people are reading.

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