Monthly Archive: February, 2017

Three Haiku Poems -Surreal Cerebral

Illustration by Poet Rummager   Inspired by Joan Miro’s Tapestry Hypnotic color. Illusions behind your eyes. Imagine a world. Miro, take my hand. Paint me where purple horses leap through dimensions. In glittery… Continue reading

Five Haiku Poems: Phallic Dreams

Dreaming of glory, young men fear nothing except their naiveté.   Clumsily blushing, they wish for carnal knowledge. Cursed virginity!   From experience comes power as men count up notches on bedposts.  … Continue reading

I Sky You

  My poem and drawing were inspired by Frida Kahlo’s quote: Can one invent verbs? I want to tell you one: I sky you, so my wings extend so large to love you… Continue reading

Five Haiku Poems – Double Standards / Identical Sins

Inching close to him – her ring fades in the twilight. Shadows hide her sin. Scarlet-lettered girl. Tongues wagging, fingers pointing – I’m glad I’m not her. His ring gleams bright gold. Power… Continue reading

Fifty Words Story – Burn

This short story was inspired by Dru’s lovely post, She’ll be Right With You. !!! Click HERE to visit Dru !!! Photo by Patrizia Schiozzi of freeimages.com I felt her presence like a smoldering fire.… Continue reading

Three Haiku Poems – Transparency

Weeping are for panes. They say windows of the soul are like irises. Look into my eyes. Reflection of you mirrored onto all I see. The rain on windows now dried as your… Continue reading