A haiku about a hunting hawk.
I’m getting more and more interested in the balance – or trade-offs – between wisdom, aging and the desire and ability to embrace new concepts and experiences. I launched a poll in a recent post to find out what you think about whether or […]
In the night I see Flashing skies through sleep-closed eyes Tempest in my dreams We are hoping for no more drama with our trees or storm damage after the floods and windstorms in April (see below). Golly, that was scary! Click for more pics.
Everyone in the restaurant was focused on their phone rather than their companions. What’s up with that? Doesn’t anyone believe in fellowship over a meal any more?
I’ve learned in my first year of blogging that people blog to share what they know, express what they feel, and connect with others. They are simply a channel for all types of writing and communications and run the gamut of human expression.
There was a large gathering for my grandmother’s 90th birthday five years ago, and I wrote a poem at that time to celebrate her life. A smaller group of us joined her this year for her 95th, and we read the poem once again. Here […]
Las Vegas is a city you can’t quite love but can’t quite hate. It pushes tacky so far that it almost becomes charming. We spent a hot 3 July days there fulfilling a long-time birthday wish of a deserving octogenarian, and I was haiku-inspired. 1 […]
I love to write haiku! Creating these short poems helps me to relax, to process events and feelings, and even to be more patient when waiting in long lines. The “be more patient” haikus usually have themes related to why I’m waiting…I’ll share some of […]