near field communication

October 8, 2012

a magpie
takes wing
greyscale rainbow

*****

seashells
in autumn
the sound of blue

*****

falling backwards
through you
I try to remember

*****

cobalt cuts
my line of vision
horizon’s blade

*****

the weight
of beginning…
salmon run

*****

vena amoris
my heart lurches
left

*****

spent
semen
waning moon

*****

the square root
of always
never is

*****

the magnitude
of the conceit
snow-laden branches

*****

in a corner
all the angles
lead to longing

*****

( week65 at http://dversepoets.com/ )

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7 Responses to “near field communication”

  1. Wonderful use of colours and textures, as well as embodied emotions. Love the second and final pieces, especially.

    Very well done haiku series! 🙂
    -Eva

  2. very cool….love the sound in that second one…each of these tickles interesting senses actually, surprising us with a bit of unexpected…

  3. Wonderful. I actually like the cobalt blade and the semen waning moon and the angled longing best, but they are all terrific. k.

  4. Beautiful – cobalt cuts probably my fave. K

  5. I especailly like the last lines…..quite thought provoking.

  6. joanna said

    “the square root
    of always
    never is”

    that. is effing beautiful.

    but these are all & each gems in their own right.

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