National Haiku Writing Month (2) #NaHaiWriMo

The second ubiquitous word around the microcosm is “oops.” It may be even more frequently used than IL2P (see here for explanation). I may even be the Queen of Ooops–as in Oops, I posted the haiku for tomorrow today, which for most people would mean they’re a day ahead but for me just means I only have 20 more haikus to write. πŸ˜‰ And, no, I don’t really believe that I’ll manage to get all 29 done this month, but hope reigns…or rains…definitely not reins.

Ooops was not realized until I began to write the next line in past tense and then realized, as you do, that the 21st is actually today. Oops.

The prompt for February 21 was is Landmarks.

Hometown tourists
posing at the Jefferson Memorial.
Cherry blossom flurries.
Photo byΒ C BoydΒ onΒ Unsplash
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