Tag Archives: haiku

haiku – Mississippi nocturne

green glow from street lamps
mist rolls over the old town
paths to roads to streets…

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© Gregory V Driscoll  2018

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haiku – heard on the wind

true lovers and friends
will – without fail – make amends
for slights or snafus

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© Gregory V Driscoll  2018

haiku – at cross purposes

waning gibbous moon,
go tell her I love her still…
[but clouds barred the way]

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© Gregory V Driscoll  2018

haiku: B717, JAN to ATL

clouds: masks for the sky
frighten, gladden all at once…
rain: tears of fear, joy

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© Gregory V Driscoll  2018

haiku: weather report

the half-moon soars high.
the rains have ceased their havoc.
the heart longs for home.

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© Gregory V Driscoll  2018

streaming live

dark cloud for a cowl
the moon peers out warily
the tempest runs wild

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© Gregory V Driscoll  2017

watching the half-moon’s transit

battle axe   keen blade,
arcing bright through cloudless sky
to be bested by dawn

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© Gregory V Driscoll  2017