Over-Flowering – A Villanelle #W3 #TGIF

Cascading blues in pink blush solace spelled in petal vowels overflowering hedges lush. Weekend gardener’s brush sweat and joy watercolors’ trowels cascading blues in pink blush. Weeding tilling underbrush throwing not surrender’s towels overflowering hedges lush. Prayers for rain whisper hush tap roots bank withdrawals cascading blues in pink blush. Pruning the past’s airbrush deadheadingContinue reading “Over-Flowering – A Villanelle #W3 #TGIF”

Wisdom – Haiku 2023 #ThursdayDoors

There are entrances… and then, there are Entrances! wisdom— a lantern carved indelible stone its door, a long walk ~~~~ Constructed in the Italian Baroque style and in record time —18 years (1642-1660 A.D.), Sant Ivo Alla Sapienza, Italy was built into the space at the far end of the two halves of the existingContinue reading “Wisdom – Haiku 2023 #ThursdayDoors”

Gravity – Haiku 2023 #W3 Prompt 57

champagne-hued wheel loves sapphire embrace defy gravity ~~~~ In response to David at #W3 prompt at The Skeptic’s Kaddish, where this week’s Poet, Melissa asks that we write a poem on one of two paintings and highlight the colors in the image in the poem. I have chosen to write one haiku using both images. OriginalsContinue reading “Gravity – Haiku 2023 #W3 Prompt 57”

Jetfuel, A Sunday Story – Chapter 13 (Part 1)

Chapter 13 – Part 1 of 2 With no time to waste, Tirrel Ray Anthony Chadwick III, or simply Trac as he likes to be called, quickly flipped over the rusted-out Loblaws grocery cart, just as he landed feet-first in the dank ooze of the underground sewer across the street from the US Embassy Toronto.Continue reading “Jetfuel, A Sunday Story – Chapter 13 (Part 1)”