Pear Blossoms – Daily haiku 4/27/23

The pear trees that line the streets of my neighborhood are in full bloom this year. Look at that blue sky! I’ve not seen much sky this year, other than filled with clouds. Rain is on the way, so I got out today to share the beauty. the noon winds exhale in clusters—white mizzle fallsContinue reading “Pear Blossoms – Daily haiku 4/27/23”

Happy Anniversary

I have a few anniversaries to celebrate. Yesterday was my ninth year on WordPress! Today is our 38th wedding anniversary! The mother goddess blessed us with green leaves and white pear blossoms! The rock landscaping turned out great. My peonies are bursting from the ground. We have some work to do on the lawn thisContinue reading “Happy Anniversary”

Spring Rains, Daily haiku

heavy spring rains temperatures rise and fall tornado sirens wail © Colleen M. Chesebro Wow… we have experienced some torrential, flooding rains today. We currently have a tornado watch in effect until 8 pm tonight. We have not had a tornado, but with the temperature fluctuations it’s really interesting. At one point this morning, weContinue reading “Spring Rains, Daily haiku”

Daily haiku, NaPoWritMo day 3

I’m not following the NaPoWritMo prompt for day 3 HERE (it’s really good). I’ve been stuck in the mire of retired military healthcare websites today, and my time is short. Such is life… spring landscaping a wheelbarrow full of rocks— thunder rumbles near After a sunny morning, the dark clouds are once again rolling in.Continue reading “Daily haiku, NaPoWritMo day 3”

Daily haiku, NaPoWritMo, day 2

NaPoWritMo has a great prompt today. Check out day two HERE. I’ll write a couple of haiku using a few of the words provided. (s-l-s or l-s-l). (These poems might be more micro-poetry than haiku). elusive songs mercurial thunder fog on the river seaweed oyster pearl cyclops generator © Colleen M. Chesebro

Daily haiku, day 1: NaPoWritMo

the scent of rain robins pull worms from damp earth first thunder rumbles © Colleen M. Chesebro From And here’s our own prompt (optional, as always) for the first day of Na/GloPoWriMo. They say you can’t judge a book by its cover, but they never said you can’t try to write a poem basedContinue reading “Daily haiku, day 1: NaPoWritMo”