Tag Archive: photograph

Soul Messenger – Haiku

Beating of my heart in sync with your restless soul. We travel as one.   A dragonfly symbolizes a soul messenger in Native American folklore.

Thorns

Thorns I whisper your name. Are you still within reach? I close my eyes and see you – With a knowing smile on your lips. You’ve found the scars- carved by my own… Continue reading

Five Haiku Poems: Paper Soul

You’ve nothing to say In silence, you still taunt me Quiet mockery I stare back at you A frozen smile strains your face Love’s gone; there’s no trace Limb by limb, I rip… Continue reading

Six Haiku Poems: Thou Shalt Not Steal

I grabbed the apple. From the neighbor’s tree, it hung- too ripe to ignore. I see you there, thief. Mr. Jones’ silhouette flinched. He grasped his cane tight. Oh, this juicy treat! Where… Continue reading

Cover Me

Cover me within the earth, place me deep. I won’t feel pain. I won’t bleed. *Mortalità inevitabile. Cover me. I’ll shed my skin. One life ends – another begins. Cover me. Don’t mourn.… Continue reading

50-Word Story: Buwan

I’ll enshroud my flaws, Buwan decided. Every night, she draped half her face, so her imperfections were hidden from view. She didn’t realize true beauty shined from the inside. “Don’t turn away from… Continue reading

Oxygen Deprived

Ceased circulation restricted air to all things. Thinkers now extinct.   This haiku was inspired by the creative and beguiling Scooj and his poem, “State Employment.”   

Five Haiku Poems – Double Standards / Identical Sins

Inching close to him – her ring fades in the twilight. Shadows hide her sin. Scarlet-lettered girl. Tongues wagging, fingers pointing – I’m glad I’m not her. His ring gleams bright gold. Power… Continue reading

Frailty

Photo by –FlyTrapMan– Fragile are the threads that keep us earthbound. When they unravel, where do we fall? !!! My quote was inspired by an intriguing article. Click HERE to read it !!!… Continue reading

Disappear

Photograph by RV John   I run along a road. Shadows rise up. I welcome the cold. Envelope me in tendrils of vapor. Find my lips – taste the bitterness of cruel words… Continue reading