Category Archives: Haiku
Today it is cold, wet and windy outside. From my living room, I watch jets coming in low as they approach PDX three miles to the south of my home. Usually they are high up and flying due south when … Continue reading
brisk October breeze chapped leaves rustle in complaint summer blows away
constructing constructs contradicts simplifying simplification Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Lines and Angles
The spider works quickly to get the larger insect wrapped within its web. The insect doesn’t struggle; it may be dead. But the web is in tatters and shakes violently every time the spider moves. I watch the action, hoping … Continue reading
Rain drops, water falls. Sometimes it gets sloshed and spills. Clumsy H2O.
Day Seven of NaPoWriMo. The prompt: Today, we’d like to challenge you to write a poem of gifts and joy. What would you give yourself, if you could have anything? What would you give someone else? What better gift than … Continue reading
Mankind v. Gaia without blame or forgiveness justice will be served dVerse Poetics: Blame and Forgiveness