Haiku: Unlimited Possbilities with a Paper and Pen

Unlimited Possibilities with Paper and Pen or My Computer

Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko

Copyright December 31st, 2012

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With a pen in hand

Paper and an idea

I have the whole world.

Haiku II: Unlimited Possibilities with My Computer

With my computer

No distractions, thought and time

Anything is mine.

8 thoughts on “Haiku: Unlimited Possbilities with a Paper and Pen

    • What a beautiful Haiku Willie B. I can see it all in my mind’s eye.

      Thank you and feel free to share any of your poetic words any time with my readers.

      I had 74 comments people wrote from all over the world in my spam folder on Word Press!

      I am replying to all of them, and only a few were spam. I will have to tell the Word Press folks their spam filter is working over time taking out the good ones!

      Thank you for being awesome Willie B.

      Paulette Motzko

  1. Dear Polly,

    I have e-mailed you what I have just put together… but, sadly, I have not included any image that would make the reader better appreciate the compositions I made.

    It’s me… Willie

    • Hello Willie,
      Paulette here at Starbucks in my favorite corner by the window watching the world go by, drinking some Caramel Hot Apple Spice…

      I am the sole Editor of the site but if you forward your one liner monoku-(I have never heard of those before). With you, I am always learning something.

      Also, if you would, send me the descriptions of the type of Haiku you are sending, and the Titles of each and if they were written by you or someone else.

      Email them to: TotallyInspiredPC@gmail.com
      and
      Paulette_Motzko@yahoo.com

      That way I have them in both email boxes.

      I will then tell about you in a short bio about you and include them, making sure you get the credit for writing them.

      How does that sound?

      In the bio I want to include about you, can you tell me in a few words, what you want the world to know about you:
      What you do for a living
      Your Philopophy on life
      How we met
      How you began writing poetry and Haikus

      I will then put it all together and then include it as the next story on Totally Inspired Mind.

      Paulette Le Pore Motzko

      Looking forward to seeing what you put together. If there are any special images you took that you would like to go along with your words, please include them as well.

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