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Tag Archives: superheroes
Hulk write poem, eat waffle. Good haiku this time. Hulk see bug crawl floor, Breakfast time at coffee shop. OK. It just fly.
Saturday Hulk write poem. No Hulk-ku, but same idea. September: gold light, Leaves start turn yellow. Hulk eat last bag Easter candy.
One of the big attractions of our local street festival is a chance to meet celebrities in an informal setting. Here, some tween girls enjoy an unexpected encounter with a noted superhero. (Batman is played by a French bulldog named … Continue reading
Hulk love cicada. Shells on trees; cicada noise Make end of summer. (Hulk not write real Japan haiku all summer. This one happen right away. Hulk proud self.)
Hulk sit in hot sun, Eat taco mixed small bag chips, Drink quart root beer. (Taste sassafras, wintergreen, real cane sugar). Hulk pet goat, Drink another quart root beer. Hulk pet this goat. Nice goat. (It seems our resident poet … Continue reading
Hulk write not-Hulk-ku. About bird. Two robin baby Grow big in summer maple tree. Monday, mother father bird Chase air conditioning man Away from nest. Thursday, everybody gone. (Birds not take long.)
Yesterday, it was desktop Cap supervising writing and blogging from his spot on top of my computer. Over on the drawing table, his sometimes fellow Avenger, the Vision, is providing more hands on assistance. (That’s a particularly battered example of … Continue reading
Earlier this week, a fateful encounter with my Pinterest feed woke within me an insatiable desire for a certain small statue of Captain America. So I went out and bought it and I am not sorry one bit. This figure … Continue reading
I took my inner Hulk with me to the Auto Show last week and as is often the case, he was moved to write a poem. His subject: the Lincoln division of the Ford Motor Company. Hulk go Auto Show … Continue reading