Today is haiku day

Some timely “bio-inspired” haikus:

Thermoregulation
Icy cold places;
the body cannoth be moved,
shiver to survive.
– Allen

My body is hot
Then it thermoregulates
I am hot no more.
– Gian

The air is freezing.
My face is pale and clammy.
But my core is warm.
– Ricky

It is too hot here.
The temperature is high,
I vasodilate.
– Erin

Silence
Birds and insects, gone.
Bear cubs cuddle up in caves.
Silence abounds here.
– Niko

To Someplace Else
Everyone took off,
The sound of their flapping wings
Saying, “I shall return.”
– Niko

Excretion
Eating salty food
without drinking much water
will make kidney stones.
– John

Look at my nephron
It’s juxtamedullary
Don’t know what that means.
– DR

solutes and water
through osmoregulation
form inner balance
– Janglo

If you were in blood,
my kidneys would filter out
everything but you.
– Kate

The glomerulus
is not enough to eject
you from my system.
– Kate

Skeletal System
It helps hold my pen
Strong as stone, lighter than steel
Truly, humerus.
– August

Skeleton and bones
Foundation of the body
Not a self-portrait.
– Isay

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3 thoughts on “Today is haiku day

  1. Michiko 5 December 2007 / 10:38 PM

    yes. buti nalang wala dito yung wala kong kwentang haiku
    :)). wala akong maisipnung araw na unnn.
    malas talagas.

  2. drgee1120 6 December 2007 / 4:43 PM

    hi, ma’am dawn. thanks for putting me up here! twoice na! add nyo po ako sa blogroll.XD

  3. kate 16 December 2007 / 3:12 AM

    halaaaa, emo XD

    hi ma’am 8D

    (only saw this post today, lol. happy holidays XD)

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