Tag: grief

Out of Reach

Snow on the mountain –Settles gently on the pines –There but out of reach – a haiku poem

Inner softness

With inner softness – A blossom’s velvet petals – Exhale with the wind. – a haiku poem

The River Flows

Around a hard stone – She, gently overcoming – Nourishes the moss. – a haiku poem

A Mother Paces

A mother paces – She knew it could come to this – Mourning for her son – Couldn’t he at least respond – To the text she sent…

Shinagawa-san

He, a tall, kind man – who loved those large camphor trees – Leaves, seeds, on our porch – His apologies, too – All cut down now before…

Life Explodes

Over a summer- Life explodes, wisps, and wanders- Leaving bold traces. -a haiku poem in memory of D.G.

And on the next day

And on the next day- wind sculpted flowers at peace- with the morning sun. -a haiku poem

A Wildflower Blooms

A wildflower blooms – in astounding directions. – Some long, some short. A haiku poem in memory of Mohima Inspired by the Zen proverb – In the landscape…