POEMS

Shame (Poetry)

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

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: Rain

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

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: 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 …

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.