Don’t Blink #haiku

  Kristjaan always strives to reach into the poet’s heart to make his work more complete. Here we are in writing in Perpetual Motion:   Most haiku can be seen/read as such a koan, because you describe a moment as short as the sound of a pebble thrown into water that touched you and gaveContinue reading “Don’t Blink #haiku”

Changes #poetry #photography

Gold with little rain I drive through the veil of yesterday hoping little has changed I can’t quite see behind I see tracings of what lies ahead the giants in today’s sky are the least of what I dread San Francisco and the Northern Bay area (of California) will always be considered home. I dontContinue reading “Changes #poetry #photography”

Nothing Flows for Free #californiadrought #poetry

I grew up on a river  no longer does it  flow  like so much else where it’s  gone no one knows I cut my teeth on a river ran freely to the sea blind men’s bluff was once a game I’m cynical can’t you see I tossed my sorrows on the river actually there areContinue reading “Nothing Flows for Free #californiadrought #poetry”

Drink #sundaydevotion #poetry

Weary of this dusty land searching for a single drop refreshment little remains tho many for you have sought sojourn in the desert on weary feet I walk thirsting for oasis …and hopelessly I stop *** rushing free the fountain my hands eagerly reach out touching living water unencumbered by the drought a wellspring ever deepContinue reading “Drink #sundaydevotion #poetry”

All the Leaves are Brown #californiadrought #watershortage

days of drought catch the rain in a jar each drop precious * price of admission turn fresh produce into weeds highest bidder I continue to read ridiculous reports of fights for water in California. I drive through the Central Valley and see new vineyards cropping up and the dairy industry, walnut, almond, pistachio orchardsContinue reading “All the Leaves are Brown #californiadrought #watershortage”

No Harvest This Year #california #drought #haiku

out to pasture headed for the city furrows of weeds cattle and corn crops on the horizon a good year The prompt for Carpe Diem “Harvest Dusk” brought a tear to my eye. The harvest season is upon us but there are only weeds to harvest. If you haven’t heard, California has not only hadContinue reading “No Harvest This Year #california #drought #haiku”

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