Sexy Tips in Haiku

I just had to bring back the Haikus from last year, in case you missed them.  (They’re so, so good!)

You can read all more about them here.   And also there’s a free download link + some ideas for how to use these, if you know what I mean.  😉 😉

Presenting…”COME HITHER HAIKU” by the ever so talented Koseli Cummings.  Graphic design by one of my favorites, Linsey Laidlaw.


And see here for (2) more Haiku that Koseli wrote, based on the awesome sexy tip comments from the readers.

OK, and Danny tells me that there are people out there that LOVE to write Haikus!  It seems like such a challenge to me to fit something into 17 syllables.  But I guess it’s almost like Twitter!  If you feel up to the challenge, it would be ridiculously fun to hear some Haikus if any of you want to give it a try.  🙂  Yes, that’s an invitation to write a Haiku on Valentine’s Day.  Any takers?   🙂

UPDATE:  Danny and I wrote a Haiku this morning.  haha.  It’s kinda cute.  See it in the comments.

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  1. Bespoke Proposals February 14, 2013 at 4:35 pm - Reply

    We love these! We are always trying to keep the romance alive because everyday love (washing the dishes!) is the most important kind!

  2. mara February 14, 2013 at 4:41 pm - Reply

    Here's one of our own we wrote this morning…I gotta admit Haiku's are kind of fun 🙂

    Waking up early
    Before Danny goes to work
    Shower time for two

  3. Sarah Stäbler February 15, 2013 at 11:58 am - Reply

    These are lovely!

    While not quite as beautiful as haikus, my parents have a tradition of writing each other limericks. If my memory serves me correctly, they started this as a way to laugh a little during the long waiting times when my mom's brother was in a coma at the hospital, back when she and my dad were just dating. She knew that he was the one when she had called him to tell him about her brother's accident, and he just dropped everything to come to the ER and wait with her and be there with her. So sweet. Years later, my dad will still write my mom limericks from time to time.

  4. Romelyn Talandron February 18, 2013 at 10:06 pm - Reply

    Very cute of them. Those sweet guys bringing flowers are awesome! Thank you for this Blog.

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