Life

after raging storm..

life returning to normal

new sand from ocean

now calmly hugging the shore

hosting footprints – till next time

Pat

8/4/22

For Ronovan Writes Haiku Prompt where the prompt words are Life & Sand. To see other entries or participate go here.

Spring Dance

a pair of cardinals

in my garden – in spring dance

they zip here, fly there

pecking at freshly tilled soil

a cold and windy spring day

Pat

4/20/22

For Ronovan Writes Haiku where the prompt “Zip & Fly”. To participate or just read go here

Slip in Time – Bleeding Hearts

dusk lingers

as day grows longer

slip in time

Pat
2/22/21

For Ronovan Writes Haiku where the prompt words are Slip & Time

To participate or just read go here

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Bleeding Hearts for Cees FOTD Challenge to see other entries go here

Fringes

left on the fringes

by the ebb and flow of life –

how will these dreams fare

Pat R

11/16/20

For Ronovan Writes Haiku where the prompt is “ebb & flow”.

To see other entries go here

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For Flower of The Day FOTD

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Crippling Gray

lay me down to heal

till this crippling gray stills –

a regard for spring

sparks first tweet from window sills

no more will this sting endure

Pat R

11/12/20

Ronovan Writes where the prompt words are “First & Heal”

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For Tanka Tuesday over at Colleens where the prompt is synonyms to Imagine & Regard. I used Spark & Regard.

Moon – Haibun

Lately, there has been nothing to the days but gray. It looks like a brewing storm. But it would turn out to be a calm slate of gray that just lingers. This look is carried through to the nights.

My crystal ball can’t say how clear the night sky will be in the mountains. But I am really looking forward to getting out of the city just the same.

The plan is to leave at eight in the morning, so naturally we left at eleven. This is always the case. Especially when this is not going to be a day trip.

Pedestrians are walking over the Tappan Zee bridge walkway. This is a new addition. What an amazing view that must be. That, is going on my to do list.

Ongoing road works along the route is finally over. This makes for a more pleasant ride. Along the way, we pull over every now and then for photos of turning leaves.

In the mountains I look forward to gazing at a night sky that offers some rewards.

bathing in moonlight

on this clear autumn night

creekside stargazing

Pat R

9/29/20

For dVerse Poets Haibun Monday where the prompt is The Moon, and Frank is hosting. To participate or just read go here.

And for Eugi’s blog where the prompt is Crystal Ball

And for

For Ronovan Writes Haiku where the prompt is Calm & Storm