A coffee haiku for your Sunday morning The grace of mornings Facilitate my heartbeat Glorious, warm darkness May your day be blessed indeed. Advertisements
Fans with explosives The Seahawks have a new win Evening distortions Tonight’s haiku is inspired by my neighbors who are loudly celebrating the Seahawks win.
As I look skyward The memories fill my mind Seattle’s autumns
Ventured into town Walking the streets I once knew Many memories
The night is waning Light slowly filters through clouds Steel now starts flowing Happy Thursday everyone! Or, shall I say, Friday-eve. Thinking about flinging myself into the jaws of grinding steel and plastic that’s Seattle during rush hour.
With summer’s end here And the rain’s song calming me I now seen brown leaves The past few days have truly felt like autumn. Rainfall, in particular, reinforces that for me. I hold many cold and soggy memories, for that is the lot of Seattle folk.
As autumn flows in Rain and lightening descending I’ll remain indoors
With water flowing From the sky across the earth Summer’s end is near
I’m walking at dusk As the daylight is consumed Ducks and geese collect
Satie is playing Songs that make me think of spring The joy of flowers A bit of a haiku at the end of a busy day. I hope your day was filled with joy and satisfaction.