A haiku reflection on this evening’s walk. Very delightful journey through this suburb I call home. Advertisements
Bathing in sunlight These packages of summer Biting into joy The Joy’s of wandering the Farmer’s Markets.
Standing by the shore Summer’s glory is now here Sunlight warms my soul
Looking towards the sky And summer’s not quite here yet This graceful sunlight
I adore the trees And walking under sunlight A choir of birdsong
The grace of sunlight Pushing through the autumn chill Raising my spirits These rare moments of sunlight piercing through Seattle’s autumnal gloom, granting me strength for those long, dark days coming.
Daylight moves slowly Gently across the park’s grass Dew disappearing
The day’s heat fading Sun obscured by these fir trees Tasks finally done This evening is done. Didn’t get everything done I wanted to, but I never do. Such is the way of things for me I guess.
Sunlight’s debuting Early morning darkness fades Sounds of spring arise Watching the dawn inch forward inspired this haiku. I anthropomorphise the sun, imagining pride and delight as humanity stirs underneath the reborn warmth. Perhaps there’s even love for us as we reawaken our striving. So, here’s to a new day, it’s blessed possibilities, and all […]
A moth fluttering Upon the grass stalks The rising sunlight