a bit of haiku…because I like you

Topsy Turvy twists and turns happen each day the world turns tighter, like a spinning top ©Sometimes, 2017   Connections What can be made of them… the funny snaps and buttons …old-fashion Velcro? ©Sometimes, 2017      Join Me Come and dance with me across the hills and time streams let’s echo always! © Sometimes, 2017   light a sliver of moonbeam winks warmly in the … Continue reading a bit of haiku…because I like you

Fading Eyes… a Haiku for Rodovan’s challenge

Here is a Haiku I wrote for the Rodovan Writes weekly Haiku poetry prompt challenge.   The prompt for the week is the words– Fade, and Eye.  when eyesight fades, like memories when my eye sight fades memory banks are ready to enter mind’s eye (Sometimes, 2017) https://ronovanwrites.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/ronovanwrites-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-136-eyefade/ Continue reading Fading Eyes… a Haiku for Rodovan’s challenge

Miracle Year, a Haiku for Day 4 2017

Some of us believe the World needs a miracle we have one–still here! My heart has a song renews each year without fail may all share my joy! Here it is at last, once again a brand new year hopes and dreams shine. Another new chance for turning out right at last fresh new beginning… Twenty Seventeen magical number this year for all optimists. Another … Continue reading Miracle Year, a Haiku for Day 4 2017

Lament for lost words…or where did that #$%^* Post GO?

Once when I was a grad student taking a mandatory Historiography class I lost my final exam essay. It was written and ready to print for handing it in to the professor the next morning. It was late at night (isn’t it always?) and I was too tired to take the time involved in dealing with the printer, all bleary-eyed from cramming for finals. I … Continue reading Lament for lost words…or where did that #$%^* Post GO?

HOME…Haiku Challenge

Here’s a fun challenge that I am participating in, and inviting a blogger to make the next link in a chain that will eventually have 21 links.      I am inviting Carol Campbell, of writersdream9.wordpress.com  NOT because I like her more than the rest of you guys, but because she is the first poet I thought of that might play along. The poem is shaping up … Continue reading HOME…Haiku Challenge

The Moose, Wordle #118

The barkeep was proud of the giant rack of antlers above the Oak bar. Old Methuselah, the Moose, always evasive ended his life in struggle. Never threatening, residual presentiment transfused Evil Eye… as per the Fourth Rule: do not ever pluck Dahlias unless growing wild. © Sometimes, 2016 For Mindlovemisery’sMenagerie, Wordle #118,  July 20, 2016  https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/2016/07/18/wordle-118-july-18th-2016/   Continue reading The Moose, Wordle #118