Poetry Friday: A haiku kind of day
Wow, where does the time go? Last Friday, I was thinking about what I might share this Friday…and here it is, Friday already!
With winter hanging on like it has, I’ve had nature on my mind – and the haiku form is perfect for taking little tidbits of the natural world and showing them in a new or different light. The thing I like most about haiku is the last line, which should be a surprise or a unique observation about the previous two lines. Here’s what I’ve been writing lately:
sweep me away in a form
of sea-foam sorcery
night birds sing
of love and longing as the forest
- all poems © 2014, Matt Forrest Esenwine
If you’d like to read more poetry, today’s Poetry Friday hostess is the Rogue Anthropologist, Kara Newhouse! Also, I’m very happy to once again be participating in Ed DeCaria’s #MMPoetry2014 poetry competition, which starts this Monday – be sure to check his site often for updates, and get ready to vote, vote, vote!
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