Category Archives: Poetry

Come closer — Haiku out of africa

take a closer look ~ colours, textures, emotions ~ often unnoticed © Lize Bard @ https://wandererhaiku.wordpress.com/ via Come closer — Haiku out of africa • Artist Beauford Delaney taught author James Baldwin how to see. They were standing together on a corner … Continue reading

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davidbrucehaiku: the most human of heroes

Hector, Troy’s crown prince The most human of heroes Died inhumanely

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davidbrucehaiku: The Bright Side

not a badass, but I do whatever I want living-alone joy   always alone, but never lonely; I am blessed with total freedom   dreary, rainy day flowers growing in alley unexpected joy

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davidbrucehaiku: Obey gravity?

Law of gravity Falling stars have got to fall Comets are rebels

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davidbrucehaiku: SHOPPING LIST

An extra item Purchased for local food bank A sweet, cheap good deed

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Lize Bard: if I could catch stars

if I could catch stars ~ I would give them all to you ~ for your tomorrow © Lize Bard @ https://wandererhaiku.wordpress.com/ via For our children — Haiku out of africa “Excellent, as always.” — David Bruce

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davidbrucehaiku: Writer’s block blocked me

Writer’s block blocked me I search my mind’s recesses Look! I see an idea!   M. Sakran comments, “Hurry idea! Run away! Before he writes about you! Hurry! 😆”   “Hurry, run away. Or he will write about you.” My … Continue reading

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