Palm tree trembles and sways beats wild music near my window while I clutch my quilt to my chin * I didn’t follow a prompt today because I’ve been busy with other things. We had storms last night into the early morning. I was awakened at 5:30 by a very high wind that was thrashing … More NaPoWriMo Day 10
Another hot, humid day in SE Louisiana. It’s cloudy and dreary and I’m hoping rain will come and cool us off. I’ve been thinking about road trips, cool air blowing in the car window, ribbons of quiet country roads, Mom and Pop diners with home made biscuits and fried eggs. Who’s ready to go? Wanderlust … More Morning Meditation 10.11.19: Wanderlust
Japanese Plum Tree drops globes of fiery comets from above to earth surprising cats and humans bumbling in spring’s new clothing, self-absorbed ***** Napowrimo Day 14 I was walking around my back yard this morning, admiring all the new green things popping up, when I got a craving for Haiku. Haiku is one of my … More Spring Drunk
let me be your smile warming in the brazen light of the shortest day *** Happy Solstice!
Pear tree leaves blaze gold Small days lengthen into large ones Sun’s rays shower Earth *** Haiku inspiration via a Frank J. Tassone’s Haikai Challenge for the Winter Solstice. More lovely poetry over there. photo via Pixabay.
Cool mist on my face I walk without umbrella to feel nature’s breath ***
Mornings sputtering, spitting bringing out the best in me steam bursting in air *** Prompt via NaPoWriMo.net: Write a poem with a word, idea, or line that isn’t expressed directly. I decided a haiku was in order today. Happy writing!
grey damp waiting air bamboo canes lightly clatter storm brews in the Gulf
Dogs and cat frolic Locusts sing in harmony Garden theatre
juicy thoughts drown stress a mouthful of life savored sated figure rests ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Haiku inspired by Three Word Wednesday