Haiku Poem: Dancing Fog

An arising fog Dances on the crystal lake. Symphony of youth. Have you ever seen the fog arise on a crisp morning day? How about the way it dances and floats on top of a lake? What beautiful scenery it is. I had a lake where I grew up and went fishing. The early dew... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Glaciers

Unstable Glaciers Crashing into the Oceans. Humans are upset. Did you know that from 1941 to 2004, approximately seven miles of glaciers have melted on this planet? This statistic is based on the National Snow and Ice Data Center, experts on polar and cryospheric research. This fact alone should stir in our hearts the need... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Sunset

Ocean of fire. Set ablaze by the sunset Where beauty has met. Living in Florida, our family can go to the beach whenever we want. The funny thing is, after being here for over 3 years, I think we have visited the beach maybe a dozen times.┬áDespite my infrequency, I still love the scene the... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Blue Moon

Blue moon in winter. Evergreen trees hugged by snow. Wolves howl in the night. When I think of a moon, I always envision a wolf howling. If it's a blue moon, winter comes to my mind. I wanted to paint this picture in my head as I thought about how I could string these words... Continue Reading →

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