Posts Tagged ‘haiku’

Flickering cloudbursts

An Electric Symphony

Listen to the Light

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To let go, or not?

Exploring yet within reach

Who is watching us?


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She, of churning sea

He, Celestial Master

I, filled with wonder

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Air and water meet
From suits of armor we gaze
Sharing through our shells

(Came across these in Volo Bog)

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Church bells ring with joy

Once in darkness souls now sing:

“Christ from Death, Rises!”

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(Notes: The words “Христос Воскрес!!” mean “Christ is Risen” is Ukrainian.  It is a traditional greeting between people during Easter Season.  The response is “Воїстину Воскрес!” which means, “Indeed He is Risen!” The song I wrote above repeats the traditional, liturgical phrase, “Christ is risen from the dead, conquering death by death, and to those in the tombs he granted life!!” in Ukrainian.  It is done with entirely with loops – in other words it’s done in one take, live. Symbolically speaking, loops have no beginning and no end.  There is a fitting aspect to using this technology to sing about Easter.)

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Twisted branches bow
Artist, Nature breathe as one
Beauty transcendent



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Brown, black, blue, gold, white
Winter’s limited palette
Medley of Wonder

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One Swan Haiku

Half the lake open
The winds keep it from freezing. 
One Swan in Winter

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