Haiku: Blood Snow

Unsteady snow prints blood rushed away in white-out a wounded wolf’s wail

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Micropoetry: A Painter’s Journey

Each brushstrokedefined by fateor free willthe paintercannot know For every work isa layered story thatcontextualisesthe portraitof a soul

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Tanka: A Foreign Connection

Quiet eve beach stollan apple tree lays ashoresevered roots exposedtwo outsiders wonderinghow we fell so far from home

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Haiku: Breathe Anew

I can’t wait to breathesipping on recycled airmakes me feel used

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Micropoetry: A Body of Curiosity and Love

How does the feeling of love—the very moment of love’s conception arise when you realise that this is the emotion—manifest itself in physical form? Two hearts beat;our soul’s breath. Entwined bythe arresting restlessness. How curious—love is.

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Micropoetry: The Jetty

I once heard the dawn birds’ folk songand was home to all manner of creatures.Though I fell and many winters passed me by,when you spotted me—offering fresh life.Now I carry the weight of children;dipping their toes into a baby blue sea.With laughter dancing all alongthe faint summer breeze.

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