Monthly Archives: June 2013

Kawasemi (Kingfisher)

I learned a little, today, about a pretty bird from Australia. They’re pretty poetically inspiring when you give them a little thought. Smells of mountain streams With tastes of nature’s bounty; Kookaburra laughs. — Australian beauty; Air caresses, water sprays, … Continue reading

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Book Titles

A favorite book club of mine on Goodreads decided to do their monthly poetry contest about book titles. I couldn’t resist giving it a shot with the titles from one of my favorite authors. A Scrap of Kingly Horror Pressing … Continue reading

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Entertain…

A little common courtesy can go a very long way. Entertain This Philosophy Entertain this philosophy, just for a while, pretending to listen is my simple plea. Your distractions abound, while you smile entertain this: Philosophy – it’s basis of … Continue reading

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King of the Sea

The ocean is such an mystical place. I find man’s attempt to tame it to be equally intriguing.  This haiga blends these marvels for me. Ocean behemoth Rising from the deepest blue To periscope depth

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Midsummer Rain

Warm weather and drizzles are perfect times to dance in the rain. Try it sometime – there’s nothing like a midsummer rain. Cascading torrents Sky roaring as clouds explode Seasonal fury Water woven sheets Wrapping a naked summer Hiding the … Continue reading

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Suzushi (cool/coolness)

It was a warm, muggy, wet day, today. I’m ready for things to be cool. In the process I had some fun with today’s haiku topic. Fire and Water Cold water and tea As sweat mingles with the breeze Sitting … Continue reading

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Gardens Full of Imagination

Beautiful gardens are places to let the imagination wander. I lost myself in a garden picture today, and let my thoughts roam for a while. Garden Gnomes and Teasing Gardens Hiding from reality Find my garden – run from home … Continue reading

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