Ask (Poetry)

WORDS: she asks herself and asks again. as her voice breaks like floral porcelains, she picks up the pieces. it …

How To Plan 2020 Goals

Hello all, This short video highlights how to prepare and plan for your 2020 goals. I have also designed a …

Haiku Poetry: A Wasted Potential

WORDS:A book never used,Left untouched gathering dust.Potential wasted. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel Thank you for watching!

2020 Vision and Goal Planner

Hello all, As 2020 is now approaching, we begin to think more about our goals and our accomplishment. For those …

Haiku Poetry: Poverty

WORDS:A hand that neverlabour. Yet clings to prayer,asks for starvation. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel Thank you …

Arson (Poetry)

WORDS:at the dark red dusk, the monsoon flooded raining kerosene and paraffin trickles of oil lashed like lightning leaving imprint …

Haiku Poetry: Stolen Laughter

WORDS: A stolen laughter, Becomes broken bitternessSeized from sincere souls. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel Thank you …

Haiku Poetry: Language

WORDS:Echoed voice dancing,On the tepid mouth of speech.Borders are now mute. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel Thank …

Shame (Poetry)

WORDS: a shame is coming, lurking over the horizon. it hisses, coughs and laughs. wanting its presence known. brewing in …

Haiku Poetry: Soil

A split in the soil. Drought across the Saharan. Silence the nomads. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel Thank you …

Injustice (Poetry)

WORDS: vacuum darkens the mind. with the skin pleading against the light, there the sears of charcoal singe the barren …

Haiku Poetry: Flames

Callous feet walked through Fire. A searing flame steaming Souls. Flames of desire Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel Thank …

3 AM (Poetry)

WORDS: at 3.am the news wades on the white Calla- lily porcheach held breath praysprobing for the serenity of the …

Haiku Poetry: Silver Lining

A sombre season Where light fades and dark brightens There silver strands align. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel Thank …

Haiku Poetry: Waterfall

Waterfall (Haiku) A soft staccato Smoothly singing southwards Rapid droplets dance. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel Thank you for …

An Analysis of Maps by Doug Hoekstra

Carrying maps we movethrough battlegrounds and trails,roadways, displays andmuseums built of alabasteron swamps in cities marked withEuropean names Following blue …

Haiku Poetry: Seaside

Seaside (Haiku) When the weeping waves Hides its tears in bitter sands Pebbles mediate. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel …

Haiku Poetry: Sunrise

Sunrise (Haiku) The silent sunrise Sits softly on the lake’s ripples, Without permission. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube Channel Thank …

Haiku Poetry: Rain

Rain (Haiku) When the clouds are crying, Land absorbs with apathy. Whilst the sea dances. Please like, comment and subscribe …

Haiku Poetry: Autumn

Autumn (Haiku) Autumn sings golden, eulogy probing summer , |on its stolen leaves. Please like, comment and subscribe to my YouTube …

Haiku Poetry: Grass

Grass (Haiku) Blades of emerald, Sway to the wind’s lullaby. A sad futile tune. Please like, comment and subscribe to …

Haiku Poetry: Daisy Chains

Daisy Chains (Haiku) A honey centred, Milky petaled woven crown Youthful hands designs. Thank you for watching and listening. I …

What Origami Taught Me

To the sceptic, origami is folding paper. To the rational, origami is full of instructions. To the idealist, origami is …

Haiku Poetry: Lavender

  Lavender (Haiku) A soft scent soothes us. Through healing in its aura, A therapy tale.   You can also …

Haiku Poetry: Cherry Blossom

Cherry Blossom (Haiku) A bold infusion, bleeds fuchsia deeply. A petal falls eastward.   Please like, comment and subscribe to …

Why I Write Haikus?

Writing haikus has been a simple yet complex process because I am aware that the English form of haikus is …

How To Prepare For Success

Preparing for success is one of the best things you can do for yourself . Why? Because if you prepare …

Sunday Stanza: Poem Eleven- Stones By Hannah Williams

  I rested calmly by the sea shore. Content with where I am I dare not ask for more. Until the day I was picked up from the beach floor. To skid upon the water like one, two, three  and four. So I discovered life anew.