Daily Haiku: Floating Jewels

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A daily haiku poem, “Floating Jewels.”

I find calmness in the color white, somehow inspires me. It fades the gray shades of darkness. An open white canvas I can fill with ink, I can fill with hope. I can breathe life into white, and scatter colors across black thoughts.

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Free Verse: The Howling Train

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A free verse poetry, “The Howling Train.”

It’s in the small experiences, big ones too, that I realize just how precious life really is. In my life time, I have been to places that have made me feel so tiny, like a grain of sand. It has taught me, that I am a part of a bigger picture.

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Daily Haiku: Standing Green

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In this daily haiku, “Standing Green.”

I find I long for the noises in standing green. Hidden in places I have to search for, longing for the whispering sounds of the breeze, and the music of trees brushing up against one another. Eerie calming sound.

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Free Verse: Another Night Comes… Uninvited.

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A free verse poetry, “Another Night Comes…Uninvited.” Do you ever get those days, where it just spirals, so fast, it makes your head spin? I do, then the evening waltzes in with the dark, and you want it to stop. You watch the changes of effect, everything winds down before your eyes. In this free […]

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Coiling Soul

This free verse poetry, “Coiling Soul” reminds me of nature and love.

Like a plant that coils to retract to a state being or not being. Like a fern that uncoils yearning for growth and the sun. We, as people react in the same way. Hurt so badly at times, coiling into our scars. We, hide, yet we should reach outward, seek help and communication in those that support us.

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Free Verse: Parkside Romance, Summer

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A free verse poetry, “Parkside Romance, Summer.”

Along with warm side breezes, fragrance drifting across noses, green turning fading colors, dogs barking, and children squealing and playing. Summer in a park is a place for romance. A free verse poetry and digital art piece to tantalize new love.

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Free Verse: Bitter-Cold Baths

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A free verse poetry, “Bitter-cold Baths.”

It’s amazing how life can be of extremes, on one hand, some have it simple. On the other extreme, such as myself growing up, life was one challenge after another. My parents took everything in stride and made the best of it.

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Free Verse: Wolf’s True Self

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A free verse poetry, “Wolf’s True Self.”

A wolf has a true identity of self. It binds with its own likeness, it is driven by instinctive evolution. It’s character never changes. There is a strong sense of survivalist. With a pack or alone, it doesn’t question life.

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Free Verse: Small Spoonfuls of Learning

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A free verse poetry, “Small Spoonful of Learning.”

Are you one, that enjoys your cup of coffee in the morning? I am. I enjoy with each sip, the mythological moments, where I can mull over the night before, or the start of the morning. Sometimes, I am an over thinker, weighing too much thought of things, or events. Somehow, with each delivery of a sip swallowed

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Free Verse: Bullying, When You See Her

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A free verse poetry, “Bullying, When You See Her.”

As a child, I remember the days when I’d go to school and cringe at the thought of waiting for the school bullies to come and ruin my day. Leaving me feeling small, defeated, and beaten by physical and verbal abuse.

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Daily Haiku: Gray Abandonment

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In this daily haiku, “Gray Abandonment.”

I find it sad when I see old abandon buildings, like the one in this digital art piece. A piece of history lived there. I imagine of the laughter, of the happiness, despite hardships endured. It was a small, but deserving life.

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