Whispering letters coalesce playfully til wishing words emerge “Words on paper have no apparent glow. Ishi called them bird tracks on white bark. But words on white paper can move from mind to mind like flames from roof to roof in wind not one word spoken.” Susan Goldsmith Wooldridge Graphic designed in PowerPoint and Paint … More Wishing Words [haiku]
A – L – I – V – E F – O – R – E – V – E – R U – N – T – I – L . . . Having all this time at home, I have been playing with different versions of the haiku. A special thanks to my … More Alphabiku
pear trees in blossom breeze through delicate petals spring’s flower snowfall This haiku was first posted May 20, 2019. Photo from my personal collection
Growth Sunrise today is underwhelming at least as far as colors are concerned yet my kitty and I still sit on the window seat to watch the light grow and grow and grow every moment eternal every moment finite Sunset Haiku “Feed me please,” she purrs, “by the back window because sunset’s blaze soon fades.” … More Sunrise, Sunset
Little girl on bike peddles into a future path that she creates Photo courtesy of Pixabay
pear trees in blossom breeze through delicate petals spring’s flower snowfall Photo from my personal collection
observe the moment write, count, slash, then rearrange darn, last line still has six Day One prompt: Write a poem that provides the reader with instructions on how to do something.
Spring is a prankster with a double trick today snow on budding trees Photos of snow glazed branches and crocuses taken in my yard this morning – the day before April Fools Day.
Caribbean blue peeks through clouds heavy with snow wintry mix to come Zen haiku moment paused work to click a photo Joy notices Now Photo from personal collection of back yard morning sky
New snow covers a layer of ice that tops yet another layer of snow. The cat sinks to her belly with each of her steps, but footprints made by heavy boots are more involved. With each step, the boot sinks softly at first, then crunches unexpectedly through ice, then finally sinks, sinks again to … More Two-step Snow