Haiku Poem: Summer Fireflies

Summer fireflies Competing with stars above In the deep wet woods.  When I think of summer, the first thing that comes to my mind are fireflies glowing in the starry night. They are beautiful creatures. Their bioluminescence ability is a wonderful sight to see. In fact, their exquisite gift competes with the stars. The stars... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: The Lost Soul

A silhouette speaks Like a crow in winter snow Or a man's lost soul.  This Haiku was created by me, but I want to hear your thoughts. How do you interpret this poem? What do you believe it is conveying?

Haiku Poem: The Porch

Wooden rocking chair. Sit to hear blue jays singing Looking from the porch. This visual is about the wonder of existence. The rocking chair symbolizes memory and time. When rocking on a chair, introspection comes to mind. The wood encapsulates an old fashioned piece of furniture that has seen many beauties of nature. In fact,... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Lonely Ash

Lonelier than ash On a burned-out campfire. Dreams go back to dust. Bonfires are filled with life and fun. You invite friends to camp out around the fire to laugh, recall memories, and cherish this precious moment. Growing up, I would look forward to the fall for this reason: to have S'mores, listen to music,... Continue Reading →

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