Sunday, June 19, 2011

Haiku Mondays: MEMORY

Ding-a-Ling Moi

Morning’s frantic search:

Keys? Lipstick? Sunglasses? D’oh!

In hand and on head.

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If you'd like to participate in this week's Haiku Monday challenge, head on over to Miss Fleur's place to post.

Or, just read what everyone else is posting.


Sharon Rudd said...

Bwahahahaha! Great haiku on this theme.

Hey, thanks for stopping by my place. Wanted to let you know The Corn Exchange also has a sister business next door called The Potted Rabbit that has pastries and picnicky food (as well as splits of wine). You could probably pick up some good eats there for one of your treks :)

Jenny said...

uff, you too? I recently ran all over the house before work frantically searching for my keys... they were in front door where I had left them the night before. Nice.

Good haiku. I'm going to try to get one in this week.

Anonymous said...

Grrherhahahahahaha. I do the sunglasses thing all the time. And the lipstick once-in-while.

moi said...

Eggy: Mmmmm . . . pastries. Thanks for the tip. Duly noted. Are you haiku-ing this week?

Boxer: You know what's really fun? Losing whole words. And, yes, play!

Troll: I picture you more as a lip gloss kinda guy, but, hey. Whatever floats your boat.

pam said...

HAHAHA! Oh I have one also about the car keys. I had them in my hand, I knew it, but set them down to do something else really quick before leaving the house. Then couldn't find them. Looked high and low, everywhere, for 20 minutes. Finally had to use the spare set so I could get to work. And when I got there and sat down my purse, etc., felt something poking me in the chest. Yep, I had put the car keys under my bra strap, like a pocket. It is official. I am now my grandmother.

darkfoam said...

very funny, moi.
this is how i get my workouts in ...
frantically looking for keys and purse.

moi said...

Pam: Oh, that's funny. I've never stuck anything there!

Foam: One takes what one can get, right?

chickory said...

oh Ive done that a million times. at least you still have good legs!

forgive me, for being awol. i have problems to solve before I can get paid. can you imagine that? so, im focused. Loved this haiku! good luck.

Aunty Belle said...

giggle....I do that too.

Funny girl.

moi said...

Chickory: It's better to look good than to . . . what was that again? Peel good? Reel good? Heal good?

Aunty: What's even worse than the stupid misplacement is the spinning circle of panic that follows.