Stand. Turn. Look. Move toward The red cellar door of dreams. It's locked from inside. I want the reader to experience this narration. The action verbs used are meant to express an attitude of persistence. You must stand. Get up. Have a vision. Move towards your dreams. Persistence is the key to success. The red... Continue Reading →
Dark clouds of despair Thundering over my soul Does anyone care? The Lord God cares. He tells us to cast our burdens upon Him. His yoke is easy and His burden is light. If the Creator knows every grain of sand, how much more does He know your frustrations and sadness? Trust in the God... Continue Reading →
Winter's silent mist Rises from the barren ground. Chirp! Chirp! A sweet bliss. In this haiku, winter's silent breaks from the sound of a bird chirping. It's a pleasant change. A sweet bliss. I remember as a child walking to the school bus stop in the quiet mist through the hard, barren ground. Then hearing... Continue Reading →
The sleepy winter Awakes to the crackling lake. Spring revives nature. The winter is a dormant season. Nature slows down and gets sleepy. But when the ice begins to melt and the sun strengthens, crackles are heard from frozen lakes, rivers, and ponds. Winter awakes into spring. Spring arrives and revives nature. The cycle of... Continue Reading →
Do you hear the wolf Howling at the winter moon? No. It's just the wind. The wind can make strange sounds. It can howl at night and trick you into believing there are packs of wolves. It's a relief when you quickly realize nature is only bluffing.
God enthroned above. Stronger than a lion's jaw. Gentler than a dove. In this haiku, I wanted to express my deep adoration for the living God. He is enthroned above. He is the ruler over all the kings and queens of the earth. His kingdom has no end. The Lord most high is majestic and... Continue Reading →