"If you look deep enough, you'll see music!" Thomas Carlyle

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I’ve finally mustered the courage to publish these haikus that I’ve written. I hope you will enjoy them. I look forward to your feedback as I continue to explore the various forms of poetry. Blessings to all adorable members of this WordPress Blogosphere who continue to support each other, here. I’m not always available to comment at will but be assured that I do read as many blogs as possible on a daily basis. You’ve all become like family and are even in my prayers now! Much love and hugs to you all Smile

Verdure is restored

As love potion flows from sky

Tulips pucker up


Spring is in fanfare

Birds and trees are out at play

Children pout, indoors


Rain pummel windows

Spring’s bully assaults the night

Bolts rip bleeding sky


Rafting down the stream

Still waters mirror sunlight

Therapy for miles


Summer seas invite

Tourists bask in paradise

Natives scoot for shade


Seasons come and go

Plants and animals know well

Mankind – still in awe


Limbs strip their raiment

Streets lay eager to receive

Winds are scandalous




quest for good manners

Disdain is the new fad strutting the runway

Sending favour and mores to take their chairs

Ladies flex their arms to swing doors open

And toes trampled sore and met by sneers


Flippancy is the new favourite pastime

Someone slips and we choke in laughter’s phlegm

No one cares that youths are out of order

And elders dare not try to order them


Debauchery is a fresh trend in the streets

As fashionistas flaunt faux pas in crowd

Nursery rhymes scream lewd, in the name of rap

As swearing juveniles play ‘hiTunes’ too loud


I wonder where these trends will lead us

What will life be like in fifty years?

Will the world self-destruct or be recreated

Or will ethos continue shifting gears?

Taking my hand

The suave gentleman smiled

His face astoundingly coy

Like an innocent child

It showed me his life and the places he’s been

And inquired of my dreams and the life I’ve seen


I stared in his eyes

And saw blue waves rolling

My heart’s response

Was a church bell tolling


Giving me time

The kind gentleman stood

In that moment I froze

Like a panicked deer would

His expression was worth all the years I’ll live

And a thumping conferred all the love I’d give


I stared in his eyes

and heard foghorns blaring

My brain’s response

Was, “girl, stop staring!”


Just as my eyes dropped

He gently lifted my chin

And confirmed in that moment

Just what he’d been thinkin’

His response welled my eyes as dimpled cheeks avowed

“You’re such a cute baby and you’ll make mama proud!”


 Supersonic Euphony

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