mass scouring rocks – strong sunlight
flashing over black.
The world gently bends around
the silent water, my energy
draining down to the darkness.
fractals crossing land, pouring
softly to the sea.
Note: this poem is a spin off concept from the poem ‘Swept Away’ (Menu, 2018, Poems, Swept Away)
Great tide. Glass water
melts across the sterile fields,
as land becomes sea.
Note: this Haiku is a spin off concept from the poem ‘Let’s Save The World’ (Menu, Poems, Let’s Save The World).
Also see Menu, Big Triku, Big Triku ‘Berg’ 🙂
(A poem from childhood)
A mile from land, a mile at sea, with gently heaving sails,
a yacht sailed on with water trickling underneath the hull,
the water’s glare’s so strong it’s stronger than the sun at sea,
and in that lonely moment, suddenly, was it a gull?
Some wondering thing, a fragment from another world, a bee!
A mile from land, a mile at sea, sky streaming white mares’ tails,
a solemn, melancholy bee that followed unknown trails.