SIC 12 Haiku


Let sunshine sit too
Rays tire to restore our groove
Allow them a break

Return Leaves: Inevitability

“You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.” Albert Camus


Changing seasons know
Time keeps going without fail.
Sunny mornings come.


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Back to School: Two Days Out


“Fortunately, it is also the nature of lessons to return to us until we understand them.” Rolf Gates & Katrina Kenison, Meditations from the Mat (p.80)

Sunning by the pool
Snoring under beads of sweat
Natural rhythms


Sun-seared mind spots
Thinking turns out not so bright
When solar rays weld
Heat turns sand to fancy glass
It melts patience away too

Sun Tanka


Sunlight shining down
Spreading energy to all
Who bask in its touch,
A morning simplicity
Gathered by an open heart


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