Tag Archive: micropoetry

Five Haiku Poems: Persistent Winter

Winter is like a bad date who doesn’t want to leave…   These cold winter winds slice through clothes with icicle fingers down my throat.   My tonsils tickle. I cough out the… 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

Frailty

Photo by –FlyTrapMan– Fragile are the threads that keep us earthbound. When they unravel, where do we fall? !!! My quote was inspired by an intriguing article. Click HERE to read it !!!… Continue reading

Five Haiku Poetry: Wanting

Photograph by Dimitri_C from freeimages.com For the want of food, she stole a bright red apple. Twelve lashes cut skin. 🍏 🍎 Thief. She was cast out and did walk a lonely life,… Continue reading

Five Haiku Poetry: Slaves to Our Words

Photo by Stephen Hyun of freeimages.com You open your mouth – part-time slaves, part-time masters emerge–all your words.   My tongue finds each one. I taste and roll them around – swallow verbs… Continue reading

Your Belt

  You approach me with your belt and a glint in your eye. You think you’re scary, but I try not to smile. *Photographs from freeimages.com

In Your Blue

Photograph by Scooj – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog!   Floating in your blue – quickening pulses race through me with thoughts of you.   My haiku (above) was inspired… Continue reading

Ode to Lillian

Illustrated by Poet Rummager   No words can she say, yet those brown eyes gaze my way – love unfaltering.   This haiku poem is dedicated to Sheldon Kleeman and his lovely fur… Continue reading

Five Haiku Poem: I Soar

Photograph by FlyTrapMan – Click HERE to visit and follow his blog!   There’s a storm inside. Heart palpitates rapidly- breathless and dizzy.   Tornado grasps me. My feet off the floor, I… Continue reading

Anonymous Me

  Don’t get to know me. Let’s just smile across the room. It’s safer this way.   (Photo by Michael Khozyaikin of freeimages.com)