Haikus for May 2020

Now you see tree, now you don’t. – photo by CGIOS

While people are social distancing due to COVID-19, many are turning to games and art for entertainment. One recent competition that my workplace indulged in was recreating works of art with household objects and ourselves as subjects. This past week, we all wrote Haikus. Here are mine below. I hope you share some of yours in the comments.

Can you tell the air
is cleaner, they ask. But I
am wearing a mask.

It's as if all clocks
dumped their time in a river
and the river ran

The longer I stand
and stare off into the trees
Pewees, Towhees, Wrens