Monthly Archives: September 2013

Importance of Color in Everyday Life

A micro-fine purple pen begins my poems.  Even as I keep editing, Purple printing decorates my pad. Not a neutral person (or even Swiss), I wear clothes of bright lights– tomato red, forest green, royal purple–no beige, tan, ecru. Furnishings … Continue reading

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Below

Uninhibited by black clouds, narrowing steps to the sea of sorrow, she takes path once more.   Written for http://magpietalesblogspot.com/#188

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Seduction Of The Tango

Seduction Of The Tango Mesmerized, I watch intricate, intimate steps of tango dancers command the stage, spellbind the audience. Each movement erotically teasing, sensually pleasing. Feet of dancers click, drawing bodies close, just short of embrace. Elegant costumes swirl, swan … Continue reading

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Sunday Wordle #128: where, gathered, spill, edges, patches, ghosts, exact, hillside, unbidden, sharp, worship, swarm

The Other Ninety-nine Percent  Townsfolk gather on a hillside, like a swarm of sharp, stinging yellow jackets. Too many ghosts of poverty- stricken kin and friends–scrambling to save livelihood–sadden their days, haunt their nights. Today is the exact date of … Continue reading

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Autumn Sunflower

Autumn sunflower Pillows her head to the earth Seeds scatter anew   Written for http://haiku-heights.blogspot.com/pillow

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Going For The Gold

He brings her flowers Gold-digger plays innocent Next day, flowers die   Written for http://haiku-heights.blogspot.com/gold

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Dance of The Lily Pads

O. Mabson Southard: Widening Rings  a patter of rain . . . the lily pad undulates on widening rings   Dance of the Lily Pads Pinging of raindrops Lily pads waltz in water Swirling circles, spreading rings   Written for … Continue reading

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Cricket’s Last Song

Managua Gunn:  Cricket’s last song even the prostitute hears stops waving her fan Sara’s ending: Signal to end working day There is rest for the weary   Written for Carpe Diem #15/tan renga

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Vees

Sky patterned in vees Formation of chilly geese Look for warmth elsewhere   Written for Carpe Diem #307/ Kari (Goose)

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Rabbit Hole

Down the rabbit hole Curious Alice Fell, chasing her dreams   Written for http://haiku-heights.blogspot.com/den

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