TJ’s Household Haiku Weekly Challenge: “At the Diner”

TJ has a Household Haiku Weekly Challenge. This week her two items for the haiku are MEAL and FRIENDSHIP. Her blog is, timely enough, located in Paris. May Paris be blessed with all things good.

Here is my haiku:


Nan sees tearful Fran’s

waitress writing up her tab.

Says Nan, “I’ll take that.”


About Jane

The gravitar you see is Joey, narrator and protagonist of my book, "DOGS DON'T LOOK BOTH WAYS," 2015 B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree. Recently I have been film critic for newspapers such as "The Jewish Advocate," "The Jewish Journal" and "The Newton Tab." I love to bicycle, play tennis, and swim, and to participate in local community activities. My favorites are providing food for the needy, bicycle and pedestrian safety, and literacy.
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4 Responses to TJ’s Household Haiku Weekly Challenge: “At the Diner”

  1. Jane H. says:

    Thank you, Michelle. I couldn’t come up with a picture for it, but that’s okay. It’s only blog posts that beg for photos, not haikus!


  2. Pingback: TJ’s Household Haiku – Light | La vie est trop courte pour boire du mauvais vin

  3. Jane says:

    Thank you to TJ for the pingback! And the opportunity to write this haiku!


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