Monthly Archive: November, 2016

Repressed Memory

Photograph by Andy Smart   The ghost in my head – knocks on doors and clears cobwebs. I’m not dead, it says.   Sigmund Freud developed a psychological theory about the nature of… Continue reading

Five Haiku Poems: Balance

Image by Jiang Daohua | Dreamstime.com Nobody who is always gloomy can stay sane. Set your laughter free. Allow happiness to handspring into your grin – spreading joy within. Nobody who is always… Continue reading

Five Haiku Poetry: Mime Frog

Title Card by FlyTrapMan Croak silent ribbit. Green amphibian mimic. I am what I am. Quiet as can be – I dare not say anything. Noise just betrays me.  You see, there are… Continue reading

Building Walls

Photograph by Nadia Szopinska of freeimages.com The monster builds walls – saying he’ll protect us all. That proves to be false.   What he builds is hate – an all-encompassing gate. Goodwill kept… Continue reading

Parched

Illustration by Rose Perez Desert in my heart – parched and barren without you. Let me drink of love.