Haikus for EVERYONE!

So my friend and I were messing around and started talking in haikus by “accident”. It was completely random! I thought it was funny so I wanted to share it with you all. Enjoy!

Haiku is easy,
You just need to make it short,

That was very good,
Did you make that up yourself?
Copied internet?

Peter is too smart,
To copy the internet,
Unlike Kim butt face.

I hate you Peter,
You are a complete asshole,
I will stab your eye.

See you make haiku,
It’s not that hard to do,
but not good as me.

Trifecta Week Sixty-One: Bitch

It’s girl’s night out with my ladies and I am feeling a little frisky and anxious. It has been awhile since I’ve felt the strong and warm arms of a man around me and I am hopeful to end that longing tonight. I am wearing my satin little black dress that hugs my petite frame tightly. I have my Victoria Secret Miracle bra on to give the ladies a push and a peek over the sweetheart neckline of the dress. I tug at the scrunchy holding my hair captive and am able to set free my long, dark, and wavy hair. It falls softly on my bare shoulders. I’m careful not to forget to my secret weapon, the little bottle of perfume from the vanity. I spray myself with its sweet fruity and light floral scent.

The smell reminds me of him. It’s his favorite scent. I remember how he’d grab me by the waist and pull me towards him so he could get a good whiff of it. He would always bury his face into my neck and gently caress it with his lips. As cliché as it is, I’d always get weak in the knees; luckily his strong arms have never failed to hold me up.

My heart starts beating fast as I recall the memories and emotions. I shake my head; it’s been a bitch trying to erase the memories of him from my head. He left and that’s all I need to know. It’s time to find someone new. I am feeling radiant and sexy as I slip my toes into my new shiny red pumps I bought specifically for tonight. I am on the prowl and I’m bringing home some fresh meat tonight!

I open the door and head out to meet the girls. I turn back around to make sure I locked the door. It’s locked. As I turn back around again, I bump hard into someone standing there. I take a few steps back.

It’s him.

Trifecta Week Sixty-One: Bitch

  • Your response must be between 33 and 333 words.
  • You must use the 3rd definition of the given word in your post.
  • The word itself needs to be included in your response.
  • You may not use a variation of the word; it needs to be exactly as stated above.
  • Only one entry per writer.
  • Trifecta is open to everyone!! Please join us.
BITCH (noun)

: the female of the dog or some other carnivorous mammals
a : a lewd or immoral woman
b : a malicious, spiteful, or overbearing woman —sometimes used as a generalized term of abuse
: something that is extremely difficult, objectionable, or unpleasant


Trif-EXTRA Week Fifty-One: Pigeon

Not a single peep out of me
Sitting in my corner way up high
Tiny buildings are what I spy
Feeling the breeze whooshing on by
This is my heaven in the sky

We want you to choose one of the pictures below and give us a 33-word response to it.



Image via ZeroOne / Foter.com / CC BY-SA

Trifecta Week 60: Idle

I am watching him sleep peacefully in the hospital bed. Oxygen tubes inserted in his nose, an IV stuck in his arm, and wires from his chest hooked to a monitor kept in the front pocket of his bluish green hospital gown. I remember the strong hand that would grab me by the ear when I was disobedient and the athleticism he showed when he used to play Koosh Ball with us as kids. Most of my memories are from when I was younger and spent a great deal of time being around him. He mostly kept to himself, sitting in the corner quietly muttering to himself, but his presence is always known. Even now with him sleeping in the hospital bed, his presence exerts itself at me.

My grandpa’s presence is strong and it demands respect, honor, and obedience. As kids, my siblings, cousins, and I often scurried around him because we were afraid we would be caught doing something we weren’t supposed to. We were always on our best behavior when he was around. It was just a given fact that you are good around Grandpa. The lines of right and wrong were always blurry to us. Is it wrong to grab a cookie from the cookie jar right before dinner if we really wanted to? We most certainly didn’t think so!

I watch him quietly in the corner of the room the way he used to watch us. For the first time in my life, I’m attempting to put myself in his shoes. I am attempting to understand what he might have thought of all those years while watching over us as we indulged in childhood laughter. I wonder if he realizes how much his presence affected us as children and help us grow into purposeful and functioning adults. I wonder if he notices my presence and if my idle state has any effect on him. I quietly pray for his health to improve and realize our roles have switched.

Trifecta: Week Sixty: Idle

  • Your response must be between 33 and 333 words.
  • You must use the 3rd definition of the given word in your post.
  • The word itself needs to be included in your response.
  • You may not use a variation of the word; it needs to be exactly as stated above.
  • Only one entry per writer.
  • Trifecta is open to everyone!! Please join us.
IDLE (adjective)

: lacking worth or basis : vain <idle chatter> <idle pleasure>
not occupied or employed: as
a : having no employment : inactive <idle workers>
b : not turned to normal or appropriate use <idle farmland>
c : not scheduled to compete <the team will be idletomorrow>
b : having no evident lawful means of support


Daily Prompt: Polite Company

“It’s never a good idea to discuss religion or politics with people you don’t really know.” Agree or disagree?


Disagree. I know for most people discussing controversial topics are a big “no-no”, but if one person, if not both, are open-minded, these types of discussions are a great way to grow and learn about people different from yourself. It’s hard to steer a conversation from ignorant and senseless arguing if there are too many people involved, but on a one-to-one scenario, it’s doable. I realize that people often forget that not everyone thinks and act the same. We are all different. We may agree on some things and not on others. What is right for me isn’t necessarily right for you. I have seen too often that people confuse right and wrong with popular and unpopular. These two are NOT the same!

For me, I like to listen to other people’s views on politics and religion. I like to challenge their beliefs so they could develop a stronger point. Many people mistake this as me arguing or trying to point out that they’re “wrong”. Like I said, I don’t think anyone is wrong — they’re absolutely right as it applies to them. If you’re not up for a good challenge, then what are you doing with your life? Challenges is what makes the world go round!

Listening to different viewpoints could teach you something new or help you see a situation in a different light. I could be shown a different way of seeing things that I wouldn’t have materialized on my own. I don’t necessarily always agree with what I hear, but I can respect that these thoughts are unique to the person I am speaking to. Their experiences and their upbringing has caused them to think and feel a certain way about politics and religion. Who am I to say they are wrong or right? I just know I can agree or disagree and that’s about as far as I take it. If I’m asked for my own viewpoints I will gladly give them, but I never expect the other party to agree. I expect respect. I always try to respect others so I demand respect in return.

This is as far as I will go in regards to this prompt, thanks for listening 🙂

Daily Post: Polite Company.