Monthly Archives: May 2016

Exhausted Haiku

1. There must be a word somewhere for this kind of tired bone-weary does not come close 2. Painted fingers, broken nails offer testament to a long day’s creation   3. Feet ache, hips hurt, and knees too but still … Continue reading

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Beach at Sunrise

Salt and fish and sand gritting on gray planks and old men in faded jeans watching lines in the water and herons diving from pier to waves to old boats listing in dunes, unused since anyone can remember and the … Continue reading

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Shared Sorrow

Sun between morning showers sparkles falling drops tears from heaven matching mine

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May 1

Gather nuts and hawthorn branches, Build a fire and pick a posy, Dance with ribbons ’round the pole, wash your face in the morning dew.   The first of summer¬†has opened its eyes, the world is fresh and new a-borning, … Continue reading

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