Haiku Laundered sheets of iceSoft with pristine innocenceTortured by the sun A traditional Japanese haiku is a three-line poem with seventeen syllables, written in a 5/7/5 syllable count. Often focusing on images from nature, haiku emphasizes simplicity, intensity, and directness of expression. Senryü Freshly laundered sheetsSoft with pristine innocencetortured by our acts Senryū (川柳, literally … Continue reading Haiku/Senryü/Zappai: Holy Trinity
Happy Valentine's Day Lovers! Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.Lao Tzu Like & Love I like the way you sound and lookAnd the way you act so realI like that you read me like a bookAnd how you make me feelSo, I think I'd like to … Continue reading Saint Val
Archive Week This week I will posting unreleased material from last year and also reposting some reworked versions of my earliest wordpress posts which didn't receive much of an audience. Enjoy. I sleep on feathersSo soft, so warm, and I thinkThose poor naked ducks
What purpose does it serve?A sense of pride you say?Start my day on the right footThat will never be my way When the first task is completeYou think the achievement of the featWill keep me in good steadAnd all I have to do is make my bed? Doesn't seem like there's much to itStill, I'd … Continue reading Admirals and the Art of Bed Making
There once was a tradie named MacTrying to get a housewife in the sackThe woman could seeSaid "What's in it for meOther than your three inches of butt crack?"