NaHaiWriMo 2019 week 2

NaHaiWriMo 2019 week 2

More very short writings in the shortest month; 

prompts from NaHaiWriMo on facebook.


#8 black cat

crossed my path
lingered and stayed –
black cat magic


#9 cape

pillow-case flaps
from infant shoulders –
Superman!


#10 vegemite

acquired early
the taste of vegemite –
aahhh!


#11 computer crash

darkness –
nowhere to go
in the void


#12 gargoyles

gargoyle statue
minus neck chain –
a gift


#13 commercials

ad break –
grab the remote
hit Mute


#14 subway


underground –
rumbling fills the space
louder down here


Comments

  1. Ha - I am sure the taste of vegemite must be one that is acquired early. When I was in Australia......I passed. Smiles. And yes - with the computer crash - such a void indeed! Nothing worse!

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    1. I think vegemite has a lot of emotional associations too, for we who were brought up on it. I don't eat it a lot, but I HAVE to have some in the house at all times; wouldn't dream of letting myself be without it. I think that applies to many Aussie homes.

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  2. I enjoyed these, Rosemary. Especially the black cat magic!

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  3. Black cats and Vegemite - we have Marmite but I think it tastes similar - all I need is some tea and toast and Sunday breakfast is perfect!

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  4. Ha! The "computer crash" is the most relatable one. Love these sweet and prickly haiku, Rosemary. What a treat!

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  5. These are beautifully rendered, Rosemary! ❤️ I loved the one about commercials and subway. Between you and me.. I can't stand the TV volume during a commercial break haha.

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  6. #11 is my favourite in this list. And yes, conversations with my aussie friends have often turned to vegemite!!!

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  7. LOL, I felt 11 on a very deep level, considering how much of my life is tied up in computers. I admit I've been curious about the taste of vegemite, but I'm content to leave it untried for now. :D

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  8. Love the way these leapt around, but my heart belongs the pillowcase cape :)

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  9. Never had vegamite ... I understand it's an acquired taste... personally I know the cod roe paste we use on sandwiches... we love it, but it takes some work to get used to .

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  10. Love each of these Rosemary but my favorite is black cat! 😍

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  11. I like them all, but #11, is where I am right now...computer broken.

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  12. Luv the juxtaposition in pillow flaps and the infant's clothing. There are smiles inbetween

    Happy Sunday Rosemary

    Much🌻love

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  13. These are fab. I loved the pillowcase, Superman cape and infant shoulders. There is something about a newborn's shoulders … the exquisite delicacy … the vulnerability of those tiny shoulders with a wisp of fine lanugo hair: it almost overwhelms me … it is so dear and precious - and then (in my mind's eye) to picture it wrapped in a Superman pillowcase. Love … love … love it!!!

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  14. I always have a jar in the cupboard. Never eat it... just think I should have it there :)
    LIke the gargoyle one minus the gold chains LOL

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    1. I think the jar in the cupboard is a legal requirement of citizenship, isn't it?

      Yes, free the gargoyles!

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  15. I'm in love with your superman. What a glorious image!

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  16. Having been brought up on Bovril and Marmite in Britain, Vegemite was no shock for me here in Oz! The kids loved it, so that was good!

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  17. Superman's cape was the quickest 'prop' to have in those young days of play

    Hank

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