near field communication

October 8, 2012

a magpie
takes wing
greyscale rainbow


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


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 )

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! 🙂

  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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