Daily Archives: April 10, 2014

“The mountain shining”

the mountain shining first light streaks through the valley lazy clouds float by                                      (c) Bastet I contemplate the morning When finished, evening … Continue reading

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Under The Willow

Under the willow Bent branches dance, dappled shade Lovers share picnic   Written for Carpe Diem Haiku Kai #5 Use only the first line:  Under the willow

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Different Futures

If I consider the future to be next week, I would still not be able to predict the outcome. Going for a haircut, but, the earth opens. Walking down a city street in summer heat, when an old building collapses, … Continue reading

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Colorful Travelers

The road is long Women keep up spirits Hoping for acceptance   Written for Carpe Diem Haiku Kai#441/Romany (provided by Managua)

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Day at the Beach

Day light in the bright sun, beach blanket laid with corners held tight by flip-flops, basket banquet. We built a castle, but a wave sank it. Walk to waters edge, dip toes in our careful way, then plunge in, both … Continue reading

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Held in the Arms of a Maple

Under a sheltering tree– umbrellaed over my head near where the river runs, and local cruisers welcome tourists aboard for brunch or dinner–is my favorite shady spot for sitting, watching the water flow, people stroll, or napping ‘neath sweeping foliage, … Continue reading

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