Life and Death of a Day

It is almost impossible to watch a sunset and not dream.Bern Williams Gallop you bastille steedsHelios dreams without yokeGuide your phantom chariotfreed through a sky of smoke Zappai: evening matinee bruised darkness descendsto quash the set performancecurtains call the end Research shows that sunsets have many psychological effects that enhance the long-lasting satisfaction of life … Continue reading Life and Death of a Day

Beware the Hive Mind

Our treasure lies in the beehive of our knowledge. We are perpetually on the way thither, being by nature winged insects and honey gatherers of the mind.Friedrich Nietzsche The interwoven illusion....what came beforeThis holey reality šŸŽµOh, what a feelingšŸŽµWhen we're dancing on the ceilingOh, what a feelingšŸŽµWhen we're tripping balls on the ceilingšŸŽµ The walkBacklitIn … Continue reading Beware the Hive Mind

Head in the Clouds

We shape our buildings; thereafter, they shape us.Winston Churchill Progress shroudedConsciousness cloudedSpikes afront the heavensHijacked dharma prepares the mortar Youth buildsin the watchful eyesand guiding handsOf those set in their way Lune: intentions in words Babbel in their heartsAmbitionsBabble in their throats Hay(na)ku: upended bones FamiliarCloaked skeletonsEmbrace the sky Before skyscraper was used for buildings … Continue reading Head in the Clouds

Haiku/SenryĆ¼/Zappai: Holy Trinity

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. SenryĆ¼ Freshly laundered sheetsSoft with pristine innocencetortured by our acts SenryÅ« (å·ęŸ³, literally … Continue reading Haiku/SenryĆ¼/Zappai: Holy Trinity