Tag Archive: soul

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.

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

Into the Fire

I’m seeing you tonight. It isn’t my heart I worry about or its thump, thump, thump and its skips. Nor is it my mouth which talks far too much and longs to whisper… Continue reading

3 Haiku Poems – Unshaded

  Emotions tethered. All my life, I’ve walked the Earth. My pace was measured. What is this that beats when for so long all was still? My chilled heart now leaps. Shadows have… Continue reading

Soul Searching

Illustration by Poet Rummager I’ve hung the missing posters – stapled them to light poles. Only the wind answers back in haughty undertones. Fool, it huffs, as it slaps my face, Humanity is… Continue reading

Into My Soul

Photo by Derrick J. Knight   He came to me in a dream, standing in the land of make believe. I saw him staring from afar – the ghost of a love still… Continue reading


Photo by –FlyTrapMan–   Do you glitter inside – thinking bright thoughts and happiness? Or are you darkness in your soul – stashing sins in pockets or suitcases?   Shimmery sunshine smiles for… Continue reading

Tug of War

Photo by –FlyTrapMan–   Say you’ll stay even if I tell you to go. There are strings attached to my soul. They pull me one way and then the other – like an… Continue reading


*Photo by –FlyTrapMan–   She stood in front of him. Her shield on the ground. Unguarded thoughts tumbling. He listened without interrupting. Words cutting through the fog, and for the first time he… Continue reading

50 Word Story – Like Strawberries

Charles’ eyes drooped; poison consuming him. He’d soon be with Annabelle whom he’d strangled in the house. He saw a dark form, beyond the trees, approaching. “Anna?” The demon took his soul; no… Continue reading