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26 March, 2019

sleek and seal-bodied

she ponders life on the land

swims from sea, then stands

 

© Merril D. Smith 2019

 

Merril D. Smith emerges from time-traveling to find herself still in the kitchen, coffee at hand, cat on lap, and a poem sometimes written. Find out more at her blog, Yesterday and Today.

This haiku is part of our Emergence theme.


Phoenix – feature haiku writer

22 June, 2018

Your ashes illume,

cradled beyond day and night – 

great is the unknown.

 

© Kerfe Roig 2018

 

Here is the final haiku from our featured haiku writer; Kerfe Roig. “I’m interested in the places between, the transitions, the stories we tell about how and where and why. I look for connections, mirrors, repetitions, gaps, contradictions, the interaction of opposites, the point where endings and beginnings meet.” Discover more at Kerfe Roig and methodtomadness.

 

This haiku is part of our Celestial Bodies theme!


Pegasus – featured haiku writer

21 June, 2018

Do your wings silver

the stars? Showers of lightning

follow thundered paths.

 

© Kerfe Roig 2018

 

Here is the fourth haiku from our featured haiku writer; Kerfe Roig. Kerfe’s work is a constant exploration – “The world we inhabit contains many layers, but also rotates continuously in rhythm with time and space. Our conscious awareness touches only a small point of this multidimensional web.” Discover more at Kerfe Roig.

 

This haiku is part of our Celestial Bodies theme!


Corvus – featured haiku writer

20 June, 2018

sacred and cursed, white

that glitters black, reflected

in the light of truth

 

© Kerfe Roig 2018

 

Here is the third haiku from our featured haiku writer; Kerfe Roig. Talking about her work, Kerfe says, “In manipulating images, forms, and words to reflect back, I search for cultural context, symbol and myth. A reply to questions, spoken and unasked.” Discover more at Kerfe Roig.

 

This haiku is part of our Celestial Bodies theme!


Centaurus – featured haiku writer

19 June, 2018

caught on the threshold,

released to the infinite

intermediate.

 

© Kerfe Roig 2018

 

Here is the second haiku from our featured haiku writer; Kerfe Roig. Kerfe says of her work “It is exploratory, a call and response: I am always reacting to what I see, hear, experience.” Discover more at Kerfe Roig.

 

This haiku is part of our Celestial Bodies theme!


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