Spring is a wonderful time for haiku- the Japanese form poetry in only 3 little lines.
A gathering of haiku is a quick read. The poetry form is a fun and actually- ancient, Japanese-style structure- three lines only. Five then seven and then back
Sijo: The Winter Night There is something ever so hostile about the cold winter night Blowing and fierce, the wind shows us no mercy as we brace with
A rut seems trivial, but like quicksand, can suck you in. When you become used to daily routines and actions, it is difficult to change them, even if
No matter which society you are part of, you will find it divided. Society is made of separate molecules. These divisions, whether racial, personal or professional, are natural
We have not forgotten the cruel bite winter's chill can deliver.
The words “I have nothing left to give” is familiar rhetoric. Everyone is familiar with feeling like a desert, dry and parched. It creeps upon you when
Yellow Dwarf Star Burning yellow star– eight minutes for its rays to reach the blue planet Note: I have soft spot for haikus. My first haiku I
People often give others the brush-off when they are too busy. Not taking the time to pause and listen may bring on a few unwanted effects. Here are
Life line – A Haiku this ribbon of road- pavement sparkles in the sun my life line to you Rush hour- A Haiku time is so supreme can’t