Sakura (or cherry blossom) trees have a special beauty to them that welcomes you, whether you visit in joy, sorrow or grief. A haiku experiment.
The path of letting go is not in forgetting, but in remembering; in surrender to the spirit of gratitude & honouring the truth of your memories.
My birthday isn’t until the summer, but this is just a fun little poem about “tachyon particles” (Star Trek!), and time travel lol.
Join me for fun as I remember an old dream, hallucination, forgotten memory or imagined vision of the night I gazed upon a moonlight bridge.
In this haiku, I’m reflecting on different hauntings, especially more unexpected ones. Especially thinking of how the ghosts we might usually feel scared of are, in fact, sometimes, there for purposes the opposite of fear. A haiku experiment.
A story about a black cat and her “meeting” with the snow.
Based on an actual real-life moment, this reflects how I felt about seeing this play out.
My reflections on shadows and how they may conspire for the good within our daily and inner lives. A haiku experiment with commentary.
Reflecting on my Montreal winter experience during their snowstorms and the moments of quiet between them. Haiku Experiment.
I write, in “real time”, my poetic experiment called “The Town with No Moon”. I offer commentary, stanza-by-stanza. This post speaks about the first
Two haiku about night, rebirth and resilience. More Commentary to come soon..