Endless Skies

One of my earliest childhood memories is laying in the leaves at the bottom of our outdoor basement steps, staring at the clouds rolling by.  I was absolutely mesmerized.  To this day, I love the clouds, so I very much enjoyed writing these haiku.


Crepuscular ray sunset from Telstra Tower, Can...Explosions of fluff
Imagination invades
Deepest of blue skies

Wisps in the heavens
Carry my spirit afar
Afternoon splendor

Straining radiance
Crepuscular ecstasy
Leaves flutter in wind

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Another wonderful prompt from Carpe Diem was responsible for seed that became these poems. It’s a wonderful site for inspiration, check it out!

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About ewdupler

Gene is an avid outdoorsman, loves reading and is known to put pen to paper (well, he types) as an amateur poet.
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7 Responses to Endless Skies

  1. jrbsays says:

    Crepuscular is a new word for me, thank you for my daily learning :
    Lovely haiku too :

  2. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    A spirit carried afar—we hope it is truly free!

    Stretching to the Skies

  3. these are wonderful, Gene. I especially love the second one 🙂

  4. Watching the clouds change every moment … a wonderful journey through your imagination … really a nice haiku series … the endless skies can help you to forget troubles and give new joy, refreshing new energy.

    everlasting change
    the fluffy clouds against the blue sky
    a fantastic voyage

    Thank you for sharing Gene.

  5. Maggie Grace says:

    What a lovely childhood memory on which to draw for inspiration. Beautiful haiku!

  6. Pingback: might not be what it is. | somewhere between life and death.

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