bloodless metal husks, rust strewn and empty waiting, horse trots with purpose.
Moon over mountains, an eclipse above the sea, humans hold their breath.
Dragon perspires, the air on the scalding beach, breathes the fire of sun.
Broken cello rests, against the pristine guitar, notes drift into space.
Bright orange flares dance, jade blades shoot through the icy sky, stony soil bleeds rain.
Shadows underground, a shard of sunlight peeks through, brown mole tries to sleep.
Sunlight wakes the sky, fish slowly surface to feed, crane casts a shadow.
Roll up, roll up, for the Minimal Prose Haiku Challenge!! From the 1st of June I’m going to post a haiku every day - the twist is that the first line will be the first 5 syllables I think of in the morning. The second like will be the first 7 syllables I think of … Continue reading Minimal Prose Haiku Challenge
fine mist sprays the night, light of a thousand candles, a gentle rainbow
Some people believe we’re stardust… We fade away and then reborn, to fly into the heavens and shine. The truth is far more beautiful. We are the space that fills the universe. Our memories like falling leaves; Dancing around the garden, amongst the stars.