Category Archives: Haiku 52
Midnight dance party Volume high and headphones on – Graceful in the dark
Traveling backwards I stepped on a butterfly – Now everything’s worse
Vanishing sunlight Transforms the world into gold – Pines crowned in glory.
29 The rich jewel-toned night Fades to pastel daytime hues – I sink into dreams 30 New pens and pencils Organized in a backpack – Time never returns 31 An iron gray sky Thunder rumbles from afar – Thankful for … Continue reading
27 One life, gently used Still in quite good condition; Missing instructions. 28 A kiss never kissed is sweet fruit left untasted – rotten on the vine
Ocean waves like breath grow and subside in rhythm, And some day will end
Now the storm has passed, It is no longer humid. These are hammock days.
I have fallen so far behind it isn’t funny. I seriously wish that I would never lose momentum, but there are times it happens and I get lazy; so lazy that I feel bad and it leads to posts like … Continue reading
In this week’s Haiku 52, I decided to take a look at the distinction between Haiku, Senryū, and Zappai. While my Haiku 52 project includes all three of these similar forms of poetry, both Senryū and Zappai are strikingly different … Continue reading