Tag: Summer

Haiku: Let it Rain

Last night was a noisy one with thunder roaring overhead and strong winds rattling the windows and doors. It rained mightily, but then, like all storms, this one too passed…

Keen slivers of silver

slice the moonless summer night

rain pounds parched skin

photo of lightning
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A Haiku to celebrate the release of my poetry book

I’m learning how to write Haiku and I’m determined – as a tribute to my physician roots – to use anatomical elements in each one that I create. Let’s see how that goes…

I HAVE to start with the eye…