[The winter solstice is upon us: Thursday, December 21, -today- will be the shortest day of 2017 for anyone living north of the equator] Long-stretched winter night sunset skimming horizons day cut at the knees ©Vivian Zems Heeding Haiku... Continue Reading →
Bubbling with life Foamy waters cover earth Ocean mystery ©Vivian Zems Haiku Horizons~Ocean
The moon turns her face Apogee or perigee Tides rise within us ©Vivian Zems Carpe Diem Haiku Kai #1316 Author's note: Because the moon follows an elliptical path around Earth, sometimes it is closer to us — at its closest, a... Continue Reading →
Flight to sunny climes A serenade to the skies Winter left behind ©Vivian Zems (#Haiku-kigo) Carpe Diem #1314
Winter's breeze whistles Gently reaching through cracks Longing to stroke me Gently reaching through cracks Gaining unwanted entry Ice fingers trace skin Longing to stroke me Wrapping me in cold embrace Delights as frost bites (#Troiku) ©Vivian Zems Carpe Diem... Continue Reading →
November bows out To a rain of applause Winter's frost curtsies ©Vivian Zems (#Haiku-kigo) Posted to Frank J. Tassone’s Haikai Challenge #9.
A strong wind arrives Buffeting with battle cries Aggresive in howl ©Vivian Zems (#Haiku) Real Toads - Marian's November Themes Image by Mish00
Darkness is over Broken by dawn's crack Winter shrugs its coat ©Vivian Zems (#Haiku~kigo) Ronovan writes weekly #176~ broken, over