Seasonal Haiku No. 7

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010 UTC

a sultry zephyr
caresses wanton grasses—
sun’s quenchless desire

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Seasonal Haiku No. 6

Saturday, March 20th, 2010 UTC

a soft susurrus
precedes wild euphoria
after a cold spell

Seasonal Haiku No. 5

Monday, December 21st, 2009 UTC

barren scenery—
virescent reminiscence;
gelid, biting cold.

Dialogue No. 1

Monday, December 7th, 2009 UTC


-Wait, why are you running?
-Because it’s too early.
-Don’t you mean it’s too late?
-No, it’s too early!
-For what?
-For her to find me…
-Who?
-Death.
-Do you think you can beat her?
-Beat who?
-Death!
-Where?!
-I don’t know!
-Wait, why are you running?
-Because it’s too early.

Seasonal Haiku No. 4

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 UTC

emerald treetops—
nature’s goldsmith intervenes;
gilded perfection

Epistemological Evergreen

Monday, August 31st, 2009 UTC

portentous rumble
a tree falls in the forest
not a sound is heard

igne natura renovatur integra

Friday, August 28th, 2009 UTC

Lo, the weed by the roadside,
Speechless, calculatingly cold,
Firmly rooted in time-worn soil;
Earth’s soldier lies in wait
Greedy to reclaim,
Once mankind’s time is spent,
What by right is Earth’s.