Tag: Poetry

  • Two Hiaku

    Anneke and I had such a lovely day yesterday, we decided to preserve it with poetry. Together we wrote two hiaku poems, one describing the thunderstorm that came through after dinner, and one about our time together. The matching clouds fledThunder boomed, lightening crashed, then-A rainbow sunset. Tiny, sweet momentsGaurded by peaceful yellowI love days…

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  • Homestead Bouquet

    Last week, on their way through Norwich to another destination, my younger sister, Anneke, had the privilege of a visit back to our property that we lived on for the first 9 years of her life. She and Judah ran around in the now over-grown yard, marveling at the changes three years of our absence…

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  • This is one of my favorites. I know that it is silly. I still love it. 🙂 Pastry PoemBurnt PastryIs such a TragedyAs are thoseOver-ripe Bananas.Oh, the ShameOf not having graspedAnd OpportunityIn its Sublimity! Copyright2005Trina Bauman

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  • Lush and green and peaceful hillinesshas given me an easy willingnessto stay and sip the spring sunshineand let the green wash over mineI forgot how dew was stunningI remember barefoot running.Oh, May – it makes it rise again – the joy of new begin-agains.

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