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deep breathsthe tide fillsshallow waters I'm el naturalepoison ivy on my junkswelling worth the pain stems bowdownpour in springstrength returns the path less traveledlooks exactly like the restclearly I am lost petals ponderthe sun winksdarkness follows Weekly Theme:Original Twisting Tail Format Monday: Flash FictionTuesday: TankaWednesday: Free Verse PoetryThursday: Rhymed poetryFriday: LimerickSaturday: haiku/senryüSunday: Children's Rhyme

Feel the Heat

The sounds of angelscaress my earI am transported...My other senses followrising to the heavens An uncouth beer swellersnaps my reverie. "Dude, you're burning the steaks!" errant splashfish skip watergulls slow Sauna Burning heatsSearing seats Willing participantsAll without pants Naked and boilingWith some harmless oiling A pleasurable escapeComparable to a hellscape Survival a tall orderFollowed by … Continue reading Feel the Heat

A Kiss Through Crossfire & Haiku 1

Haiku 1 the burning red flamessun set on the battlefieldhell on earth deserved A Kiss Through Crossfire Compatible to common intrigues neitherinvision anthologies scraped to witherSet no boundaries, then state for betterescaping dreams to dream whenever For all due to transpirea kissthrough crossfireis due in the never Begotten from mouth, two eyean infestation to combine … Continue reading A Kiss Through Crossfire & Haiku 1

Yesterday Yesteryear

“Procrastination is the bad habit of putting off until the day after tomorrow what should have been done the day before yesterday.”Napoleon Hill Senryu: Common Quarantine Questions what day is today?okay, what should I be doing?wait, what month is it? Yesteryear We are in a stateof global hesitationPrayingfor emancipationFrom livesof perpetual fearAnd the possiblereoccurring yesteryear … Continue reading Yesterday Yesteryear