Broken plastic toy, gets hurled out of the window, a red car crashes.
cataract sunlight, slowly steals the morning frost, black bird hunts for worms
Blazing midday sun, snail chasing it’s own shadow, clouds seeking the moon
distant echoes rain, like sandpaper scratching rust, flakes of memories.
howl of wind and rain, behind thick walls - a fireplace, unlit and silent.
Time swirling through space, the rose buds freeze in summer, when are we today
mud saturated, Winter's last hope clinging on, as the boots get washed frozen glass shatters, spewing shards on moonlit ground, the hammer lies still whispered moonlight rays, gentle songs on soft pillows, sunlight bursts with joy frost covered mornings, fade into snow covered nights, single snowflake melts through the autumn mist, a heron catches a … Continue reading International Haiku Day 2021