Friday, July 22, 2016


Haiku Friday: Your secret superpower (real or imagined)

The problem with conventional superpowers is that they are just to common. Invisibility? Every six year old can do that. Flying? We have pretty much conquered that one as a society-- you can fly to most major cities.

Still, there are superpowers in short supply. Patience, for example. Or sensible design of bathroom fixtures (that, for example, might indicate to a reasonable person what they need to do to get hot water).

Let's haiku this week about our own superpowers, or perhaps the ones we wish that we had.

Here, I will go first:

My superpower? I can
Guess a time of arrival.
Really, quite handy!

Now it is your turn! Just use the 5/7/5 syllable recipe, and have some fun!

Also, does singing in the car count as a superpower?

I am still a fan,
Of the Minnesota Twins,
Five hundred losses.
I'm very relaxed.
My superpower: I can
sleep through anything
My little superpower:
Baking marijuana cake.
No one ever knows...
Mine: solving problems!
Here is how you do it: just
Say it was your fault.
Evidently, I
Know how to get anywhere.
Been asked directions

Just by standing still,
In India, Switzerland—
Must give “Ask me” vibes . . .

I can tune things out
Very helpful election
year power; Silence

Soil, seed, water, sun
What's your superpower?
I'm a gardener

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