Tag Archive: haiku

Anonymous Me

  Don’t get to know me. Let’s just smile across the room. It’s safer this way.   (Photo by Michael Khozyaikin of freeimages.com)

Five Haiku Poem: Sharp Petals

Photograph by FlyTrapMan – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog!   I grow sharp petals – keeping them honed to prevent love from burgeoning.   Give me lust lilies and wanton,… Continue reading


  Footsteps echoing. Dirt trudged through once pristine parts of my cranium.  👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣   👣 Sullied… Continue reading

Under Sheets

The snake seeks to hide. Where it’s warm, she lets him in. Under sheets, she screams.   Late at night, is it a blissful scream that escapes you, or is it something twisted… Continue reading

Beauty in the Dark

Photograph by FlyTrapMan   Is beauty sunshine and flowers? Or does it, too, reside in shadows? Deep inside we plant wishes entrusting the heart to keep them secret. As the sun turns off… Continue reading

Loco Logophile

  I digest your words – yet I’m not satiated. I hunger for more.   *Logophile is a lover of words.   (Photograph by Simon Smetryns of freeimages.com)   Still hungry? Meet some… Continue reading

Leanhaum-Shee Fairy Door

My love, come inside. I wait here; parched and thirsty. Stay close and quench me.   *The Leanhaum-Shee is a vampiric fairy who preys on a man; making him her lover. She then… Continue reading


Photo by Graham A Stephen (http://geotopoi.wordpress.com) Thread me in and out. I unravel when you’re gone. Mend me with your kiss.   Read my dark story about another frayed lover by clicking  … Continue reading

Hunger Growls

Illustration by Poet Rummager     Stealthy, in tall grass, she waits as her hunger growls. Deer appear. She leaps.       To read about another equally lethal tiger, be sure to… Continue reading

Metallic Knight

Photo by FlyTrapMan Metallic armor glistening as he conquers weaklings in his path.   There’s another metallic knight found in the insect kingdom — deadly and maneuvers like green lightning!  It’s the Tiger… Continue reading