Haiku Friday: Windswept


Fog clouds the waters,
the Eagle too lost at sea.
Searching, inside, out.

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The Searing City – Haiku Friday

The Searing City

Heat steams through the city,
sunlight reflects from skyscrapers –
Eagles circle prey.

Not a tree in sight,
the breeze must follow a path
that I too must walk.



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Exothermic Response – Haiku Friday

Last week, Navigating the Babel of Life introduced me to ‘Micrograms’ – which are essentially a form of Haiku that according TheBabelBlog; “consists of three to six lines and is usually about little creatures or plants and their existence in the universe.” So for this week’s Haiku Friday I’ve written a Microgram.

Exothermic Response

Lizard sits alone,
staring up toward the sun
like the Mayan did.

Does it know its fate
is tied to humanity,
like heat of the day?

Taken in 2006, near lake Naivasha, Kenya.

Moontrekker – Haiku Friday



High in the mountains,
by moonlight he is striding –
Warrior of night.

The wind is blowing,
but will it be on his back?
Only time will tell.



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