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Holiday Haikus at Title Nine

Submit your original Holiday Haiku for a chance to win a sweet Haiku Messenger Bag embroidered with your poem! Click here to refresh your memory on what a Haiku is. We’ll pick our favorite 5 haikus and then the timeout community will choose the grand prize winner. The fave 5 will all receive a 1 year Team T9 membership. The gift that keeps on giving.

Enter to win by 6PM PST December 3rd, voting will begin December 4th. Winners will be announced on Dec 9th.

*Please post your Haiku below and make sure to include a valid email address!

The submission period has ended. Thanks to everyone who participated. The finalists will be posted soon. Stay tuned!

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  1. Layia #

    falling, crying out
    snow so thick it drowns you out
    cannot breathe at all

    December 19, 2008
  2. Amanda Clause #

    the tree limbs shudder
    winged peace takes flight overhead
    settling in the heart

    December 3, 2008
  3. Sandy Misner #

    Trees that are barely
    covered stand waiting, hoping
    for solace and warmth.

    December 3, 2008
  4. Amanda Clause #

    Hope finds each of us,
    Piercing the night sky to say
    We all know the way

    December 3, 2008
  5. one:

    sunlight falls on snow
    glimmers, so many rainbows
    breathtaking beauty


    tiny snowflakes fall
    every day we hope for more
    want to nordic ski


    holiday baking
    crave the tastes of the season
    oven keeps us warm

    December 3, 2008
  6. Kato #

    These Kisses So Wet
    Unconditional they are
    Chocolate Lab yet

    December 3, 2008
  7. Kato #

    Two Labs Await Me
    Soon into the winters snow
    Best love you could know

    December 3, 2008
  8. Kato #

    So The Winter Starts
    I am not ready to go
    T 9 makes it so

    December 3, 2008

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