Category Archives: haiku

witness

gentle gloomy sky

a compassionate witness

to my fragile state of mind

~Melanie Thomason

1/23/21

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veil

weak winter sunshine

does little to pierce the veil

this mourning morning

~Melanie Thomason

1/23/2021

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defiant

yellow flower blooms

from beneath dead brown leaves

defiant beauty

~Melanie Thomason

11/18/2020

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unlivedin -haiku

stumbling through the days

never chasing after dreams

a life unlivedin

~Melanie Thomason

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fall

 

Image by David Mark from Pixabay

gold dipped, crimson hued,

burnished copper emblazoned

leaves day dreaming~ fall

~Melanie Thomason

10/15/2020

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star maps ~haiku for NaPoWriMo Day 19

 

 star plotted journey

midnight maps the course to you

love’s constellation

~Melanie Thomason

4/19/2020

 

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cherry blossoms

Cherry Trees In Full Bloom (Japan)

 

You tell me you don’t believe in magic.  You say fairies aren’t real.  You say I need to get my head out of the clouds and see reality.  I think you just need to open your eyes…

mother nature dressed

in a cherry blossom frock

ready for the ball

~Melanie Thomason

03/02/2020

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first flower

the first brave flower

peeks its head out from the snow

promises of Spring

~Melanie Thomason

2/20/2020

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