RonovanWrites Haiku Challenge #66 Pine & Grief

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The sap from pine trees

When tracked in the house on shoes

Surely brings you grief!

(another Michigan history lesson, as our State Tree is the Eastern White Pine)

©2015 Annette Rochelle Aben

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17 responses to “RonovanWrites Haiku Challenge #66 Pine & Grief

  1. Brilliant. Mine are more sappy. 🙂

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  2. Annette Rochelle Aben

    The stately pine tree – in the corner of the yard – is waving to me

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  3. Ah, yes, the sap from different conifers I am well aware can cause grief when it gets on clothes or in your hair. A little bit of peanut butter, or butter works well to remove it, but then you have to get the grease out of the clothes.

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  4. Hah! Surely! Great haiku Annette! Your work always blesses me with a smile 🙂

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    • Annette Rochelle Aben

      Thank you so much for the grin you just shared with my heart! That makes this worth while. Watch out for those pine cones…

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  5. HA! This one should stick to you. (But sometimes that pine smell is nice…not the sticky mess, though)

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  6. Annette Rochelle Aben

    Most agreed… I love the fragrance the wind brings me from the fragrant pines! ❤

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  7. Very creative Annette! Ha, ha!

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    • Annette Rochelle Aben

      Still “needling” me because I write about Michigan? I gotta hand it to you buddy, you are taking your life into your own hands… (catch that, I got 3 Michigan puns into one sentence! Talent, I tell you, TALENT!! 🙂

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