Tag Archives: poetry

Through Three Panes of Glass

Through three panes of glass Moonlight is much refracted But still it’s there

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I Pass Through the Door

I pass through the door (Cool breeze under hot sun) And into autumn

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Taking out the Trash

Taking out the trash A kestrel on a cool breeze I’m glad I looked up

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The Wind in the Night

The wind in the night Rustles the leaves of beach trees Above them them: the stars

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Video! After the Skunk Trees

The great and powerful Kim Moravec turned one of my mental health haikus into a picture! A MOVING picture! Thank you, Kim! I’m going to try to do some of this art stuff myself. Let’s see how it goes.

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The Fresh Air Hits Me

The fresh air hits me I should open more windows I should stay out here

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Heaviness of Mind

Heaviness of mind Without the strength to unload Clouds through the ceiling

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An Enclosed Garden

An enclosed garden Between the buildings, leaf-nets Catch the angled light

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Sunlight Through Roses

Sunlight through roses Dark and light both green and pink Is that a chicken?

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After the Skunk Trees

After the skunk trees Linden flowers smell nicer But still the sneezes? AND check out the video adaptation!

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