February 16, 2014

Silly No Trespassing Sign Haiku

In taking a walk around the neighborhood with my dog Tidbit I came upon a silly sign that beckoned me to cross the line of legality. Instead, I chose to capture its lack of reason with my camera lens and upon the image my thoughts are poetically penned, this time in Haiku rather than in rhyme.

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Swing Across the Line

I've a feeling, come Spring, I may just have myself a fling with this swing. What do you think? Should I cross the line of the No Trespassing sign?

Running across this silly sign gave me reason to link up with Everything Susan's Silly on Sundays blog hop. If you have a bit of silliness to share - Come hop along with us!

8 comments:

  1. Swing away in spring
    Then we can all sing Happy
    Spring has finally sprung!

    Thanks for linking up today and have yourself a Silly Sunday!

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    1. I enjoy your Spring Haiku permission slip, Susan!

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  2. Go ahead and swing!
    But a trespassing ticket it might bring!

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    1. That would not be funny, honey, er...Kelly! Actually, the house is vacant and fairly rural here in our neighborhood so I am sure there will be no issues. I just found it downright silly!

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  3. It does seem rather silly to have a 'no trespassing' sign on a vacant house. :-) I'd go ahead and 'swing'. Loved your Haiku, as always. And Susan's not bad with poetry either. You don't want to see my 'poetry'. LOL. Have a fun Sunday!

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  4. LOL! It would be quite a temptation! I always have a fear of being shot if I trespass.

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  5. "Abitosunshine" has been included in the A Sunday Drive for this week. Be assured that I hope this helps to point even more new visitors in your direction.

    http://asthecrackerheadcrumbles.blogspot.com/2014/02/a-sunday-drive_23.html

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  6. Just found your blog. Love your Haiku. I was looking at my Haikus on Hubpages not doing so well may have to think about taking them off.

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