Category Archives: Haiku

Invasive Species

Honeysuckle boy Spins into the sweet heaven A sugar harvest  

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Mandela

Madiba, those walls Could not contain your vision Flying free at last

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My friend

We had too few hours Paradise our horizon I will follow you

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Commute

Trees aim for the clouds South River mirrors heaven We could swim in it        

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On the Horizon

We walked on water It came so easy to us We drifted like clouds

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At Pat’s House

We all end in this dusty rooms of vacant halls where we hung our hearts    

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Full Moon

Moon nestled  in clouds Quarter in the slot of night Send up some good dreams          

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11 billion miles

Interstellar space More to it than you would think Voyager explores   Many years ago, before I got involved in writing about health, I wrote about space. It piqued my imagination, even when it was the mundane aspects of engineering. … Continue reading

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Memory, 9-11

You cannot touch years Though memory bears their weight I sip my coffee   As ever on this day, I have flashes of memories–7 months pregnant about to board a flight at BWI. When the men screamed run, for fear … Continue reading

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Heavy summer air Muscling on through September Cannot stop the leaves

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