Sunday, May 11, 2008

Haiku Melange a Trois

When in doubt, haiku. In the most strict sense, use haiku as a spiritual tool, to zero in on one moment in time and place, swathed in true nature.

fire pit in daylight
flames flicker against cloud, sky
tossed twig gone in smoke

dogwood branches pose
saffron and pink lace portraits
we drive, exclaiming

ribboned riverwalk
crabapple blossom petals
Sunday morn strollers


Christy said...

My boss dislikes cilantro. She reads a site all about people hating cilantro. One of the sections are haikus about hating cilantro. This post reminded me of that so I thought I'd let you know. lol. Yes, I know I am random. =o)

Pawlie Kokonuts said...

I always appreciate your visits. I don't where to reply; you have so many blogs.

Patti said...

I cannot write Haiku, and envy those who can, and do.

I'm with you with Christy -- she has so many blogs!

Pawlie Kokonuts said...

Indeed you can write haiku; just make believe they're heds. Or cilantro.