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..
Memories of sheer joy and grief in the form of two linked haiku.
Just for fun, a haiku about universal languages that might also be lost in translation. Hopefully to offer some light respite through all these deep reflections of mine throughout this past week. Definitely tongue in cheek, but perhaps, unusually profound.:-)
I reflect on the importance of embracing the power of the tiniest miracles within the very ordinary moments of life. Includes a haiku.
Complex feelings can arise in the simplest, most ordinary moments. Here’s my reflective haiku experiment from an experience just like this.
Remembering how others have defied barriers can be incredibly powerful memories that drive us deeper through our healing. Even the simplest, silliest, and far too easily forgettable moments. This haiku is a brief snapshot on a really fun date, even though I was horrendously sick with the flu.
How could I not attempt a haiku about cats? Here’s my little experiment about my spirit animal.
Learning how to celebrate is part of learning how to grieve well. I’m hoping that these haiku (and my commentary) capture snapshots of my grief and healing.
An experiment with haiku in reflection of my stories and memories. These are snapshots of how my experience in budding romance, marriage and divorce.