Surviving the Sprung Sun

Here comes the sun, and I say, it's all right.The Beatles Just alright? I say, thank Christ, it's about fucking time! Happinessbalanced on a sunbeamHopea running streamFaithfor the coming seasonLovethe endless dream Floral Survival Jack Frost clasped on the soft petalas only a conquerors gauntlet can imposeThe delicate life under harsh metalwilts, fated to decompose … Continue reading Surviving the Sprung Sun

Haiku: Early Morning Light

darkened   ellipses released my shuttered eyes crack  early morning light Haiku (俳句) is a type of short form poetry originally from Japan. Traditional Japanese haiku consist of three phrases that contain a kireji, or "cutting word", 17 sound syllables, in a 5, 7, 5 pattern, and a kigo, or seasonal reference. Weekly Theme: Japanese … Continue reading Haiku: Early Morning Light

Children’s Story: The Lonely Apple

The apple fellNot far from the treeBut rolled and rolledand was lost to the wildThe farmer won't find me, and the neighbourhood children won't either,thought the poor little apple.The apple sat and witheredHidden under a dense bushSad and aloneSlowly he shrank in the coldBuried by the winter snowUntil he finally disappearsAs the spring sun shinesAnd … Continue reading Children’s Story: The Lonely Apple

A Single Smile

A single smile can change the world I know Because your smile changed mine I knew then In that first moment I was lost Forever Lost To the world We knew before Now Years later We are together Finding the way In our own little world Happy World Smile Day!

Together Forever

From the cry when life starts Until the last breath departs We have too few memorable days If only we could find a place Outside of time and space Where the future couldn't find us We could relive those perfect days Where everyone important stays And lives happily together forever