6/1/20: water (as elemental) rustling leavesthe rocks worn smoothby the brook #haiku #micropoetry #poetry
Originally posted on rivrvlogr:
lovely song music heard by all a bird breathes This haiku is my response to Frank Tassone’s #Haikai Challenge #141: Justice, which reminds us of the growing list of black lives lost in a cycle that seems unending. Image source: whitehouse.gov ?
Difference ends here: A lawless sport of ethics; Fists don’t see color. Prompted from Frank J. Tassone’s Haikai Challenge at: https://frankjtassone.com/2020/05/31/haikai-challenge-141-5-31-20-justice-haiku-senryu-haibun-tanka-haiga-renga/.
Originally posted on Tao Talk:
image link ? Minneapolis: land of white snow and dark hearts – one more chalked outline. * Means of movement for vehicular homicide – a reason to kill. * Persons of color, your mandatory choices: death, cage, tom, drugs, star. * With every…
I trust you enjoyed mellowing in the meadow, haijin. Congratulations to last week’s contributors: Haikai Challenge Participants 1. Dave Madden2. Li/Lisa3. Jules4. Kerfe Roig 5. Linda Lee Lyberg 6. Frank J. Tassone7. Peter8. Revived Writer (Jenna) 9. Eugenia10. Janice11. Xenia Tran Powered by… Mister Linky’s Magical Widgets. Ultreya! […]