WMD Haiku

November 5, 2005

Red flowers trampled
under the soldier’s rough boot . . .
casualty of war.


Night lightening sizzles
the thunder cannons booming. . .
oil fields burn.


Field mice skitter,
the lion is on the prowl . . .
The U.S. invades.


Folding white linen,
Bush sits down to his meal . . .
tuna in oil.

These haiku are inspired by the new “WMD Haiku” blog. Check it out and create your own.

UPDATE — 11/17/05 The WMD Haiku site has been taken down. Feel free, however, to post your poetry here on this theme!


  1. Daniel, this is beautiful and so shouting

  2. daniel, a poignant reaction to our leader’s atrocity.

  3. Scared of what they’d find
    They searched, frantic, panicking:
    Too late- it vanished

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