Tag Archives: haiku
White-hot throbbing, to bask in the sidereal– Unzip your skin, please. Advertisements
Through winter’s icewalk, the heart, a lonely hunter, dares to prey on light.
The slow, long walk home, across a frozen tundra– The sun smiles, faintly.
The invitation came out of thin, seeding air– Your life needs you, now.
Kin to symmetry, dreams, like roses, flare the course– Stalk your own wild seeds.
How fragile we are, how marvelous in our turns to matter, in love.
Every last star ghosts its own holy rapture– we, a part of, bask.
Behind starry veils, embers crackle blue and gold– You were there, dancing.
Dreamed: wine-dark roses blooming in early winter– Grief, subject to change.
A house in the woods, rumors of a shapely witch– The risk of foreplay.