Celebrating Smiles to Mark International Haiku Poetry Day, April 17
By April 15, 2021 0 600•
This Saturday, April 17, marks International Haiku Poetry Day. In an effort to spark some creativity in a rough time, here at The Georgetowner we decided to celebrate smiles. Sure, we haven’t seen too many full smiles lately due to our masks, but we’re slowly but surely getting to the end of this COVID crisis.
We hope you enjoy these haikus honoring our unique and wonderful smiles, with a photo gallery to match!
Dissolving The Mask by Faith P. Nelson
mouth dissolving mask
making out with Joy
Untitled Haikus by Robert Devaney and Richard Selden
- This mask hides a smile/It’s not that you’re so charming/My ear loops hurt less
- When geishas giggle/They cover their lips and teeth/No need for that now
- They met at Peacock/Her mask was floral, his was paper/Vaccination time
- A Pfizer fella/Met a Moderna momma/Their masks were misplaced
Trade your face mask for a skincare masks, serums, and nourishing face creams and DISSOLVE the MASK with a smile.