poems post Halloween
Here are a few poems, as promised a few days ago. The first is one I wrote for halloween this year and the others are some Haikus from August and September.
(added a couple of visuals for the first poem – the kids are blurred out: one on the right is not my kid, so she’s more erased…)
Halloween didn’t intrude
Past the witches with their brooms
Whirling toys around the rooms.
And we arose somewhat sober at dawn.
Cycling through city –
The cars, once sold:
A promise of freedom.
The buzzard on the post
Await not a death,
But the humans to disperse.
Posted on November 6, 2014, in Ecology, Writing and tagged advertising, buzzard, cars, city, cornflowers, cycling, freedom, haikus, halloween, hawks, kids, poems, telegraph pole, toys, vultures, witches. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.