Water-lily poems

From the depths emerged An incandescent being On a green-lit train #Haiku The lily every morning at the pond A knowing of my darkness pulls me deeper than the surface, through the holy waters of the water-lily world. The ancient mud receives me still and holds me with the heartbeat of the Earth. It echos: … Continue reading Water-lily poems

A moment in the sunrise

I try to never miss a sunrise to paint my intentions within a landscape completely indifferent to me. I can seamlessly slip through the spiderwebbed crackson my little patio and into the sunlit glow of a sacred space, exhaling my prayers and wildflower hopes to breathe in peace made with the day’s groundlessness; understandingthe unknowingsand … Continue reading A moment in the sunrise

Synergy & Seal Haikus

Synergy Before the coral reefs felt pain and the oceans could speak English we were as one,the mountains and I,as were the sea lionsand constellations . Before our spiritscould be sacrificedfor jewels and false images we exhaledwith the ebbing tidesin waves combined of energies . God made usto participateone bodyand one spirit — when stars … Continue reading Synergy & Seal Haikus

Exquisitely Dressed / Haikus on the Beach

Exquisitely dressed are the shoresthat hem the oceanic abyss: cashmere sands are icedin crystalline fishnet nylons adorned are corsetswith bones of coraland buttonsof tiffany blue diamonds effervescent watersstill bubble upbeneath the foam-trimmed tulle gowns of brackish satinlearn to let goof their most treasured pearls skirts of gelatin pirouettetheir secrets laced in seaweed embraced for love … Continue reading Exquisitely Dressed / Haikus on the Beach

Island Life Haikus

#haiku Plumeria Pink lemonade paintssugared fondant to bloom onnature’s birthday cake Lured into heavensby cocoa jasmine citruson balmy evenings Road Crossing Rooster A lover boy knownfor his serenades at dawndarts across my road Gelled back James Dean inamber ebonied feathersturning heads down streets Silly bonus haiku: Pineapple Princesswon the Palm Tree Pageant. Now she’s Coconut … Continue reading Island Life Haikus