Back to School Haiku(s): Mother and Son

The crossing arm can be seen in use. Note the ...

The crossing arm can be seen in use. Note the presence of the rotated yellow bar on the front bumper. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Waiting for the bus
A new year is beginning
Time to start again

Waiting for the bus
A new year is beginning
I am in first grade.

Waiting for the bus
A new year is beginning
My boy looks so big.

Waiting for the bus
A new year is beginning
What will this year bring?

Note: Here’s another post inspired by the Daily Prompt. I’m not sure whether this sequence of repetitive haikus works as a piece together or whether each one needs to stand alone. Any thoughts?

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