It has been awhile since I wrote a haiku. Truth is found in the syllables.
Archive for ‘Poetry’
These past few Korean winter mornings have transported me all the way back to Kansas!
Haiku # 148
The air quality here in Korea is terribly unhealthy most days. This morning I awoke to a sun that was barley visible through the toxic, polluted air.
The Japanese word for nostalgia is ‘natsukashi’. I like that word. I like the sound of the vowels and consonants. I like how it evokes memory and reflection. Happiness and sometimes sadness.
All students have the ability to accomplish great things!
Haiku # 145
Another birthday and a world without you in it is still a hard world to navigate at times. Not a day goes by…
New Plumeria and learning inspired haiku!
Haiku #143 (For Mom)
The picture says it all and is worth far more than a thousand words.
I miss my little friend. My daily tern greeting will be missed for quite some time and never forgotten.
Part of my daily commute to the school where I teach consisted of being greeted by a family of terns over the past couple of months. Particularly a new baby that I observed from egg to chick. One day before wing feathers, the baby disappeared. My days do not start as happy as they once did.