Wednesday, March 7, 2012


chose the theme



We are Nature, too.
Blood, tendon, nerve and sinew.
That is all there is.


A Spelling Bee
Is not for me!
You get a word
You've never heard!
You do your best
To pass the test.
Is it silent-k?
Is it 'ay' or 'ai'?
Ow! That one's mean!
What's  a 'tureen'?
Mum's looking stressed!
I'm doing my best!
I hear the gong!
I got it wrong!
Then there's a vote!
I missed the boat!
This Spelling Bee
Is the last for me!


Gemma Wiseman said...

We are Nature indeed! We are part of Nature's breathing mechanism cycle! Very cute! And o the Spelling Bee mayhem! How I loved them!

carol l mckenna said...

Nature surrounds so well ~ spelling bee fun ~ used to love them in school ~ thanks for the reminder ~~ namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor)

Tara Tyler said...

underneath it all, the same!
great job!

Karen said...

We can be at one with nature if we allow it. Nice haiku!

Teresa said...

Truly we are a part of nature. Strange how we sometimes forget that.

I love the second poem! So much fun.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Yes, there is no "them" and "us" when it comes to nature. We are they, and they are we!

Blossom by Blossom

Anonymous said...

i could never survive in a spelling bee

senryu of constructed new-natures

Anonymous said...

Unexpected personal direction!!

Jenn @ Youknow...that Blog? said...

We often forget that we are "nature" too! Well done!