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ASH: Acrostic Haiku

Air filled with white lies;
Seems like snowflakes are falling.
However, it's ash.

Copyright © TE Andre | Year Posted 2013

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(Dedication: For Ann, the love of my life, who walks with me smiling. Thank you.)

Opt for a path that observes life's pulse and play,
Deeper and clearer as experience vivid,
Etch a present moment fragment in plain stay.

Sense oneness in all nature speak so candid,
Emotive knowing as beauty now reveals,
Etchings and markings of truth and sheer magic!

Here in this moment watch miracle appeal,
Align heart, mind and body to glimpse fine view,
Image and idea juxtaposed in factual feel.

Keep watching as stillness reveals to you,
Urgings of natural wonder that unveils,
See the world change in a fragment deep within you!

Now moments fling messages to blaze a trail,
Open your heart and mind to embrace belief,
Words only capture a mere fragment unveiled.

Seek to go deep within where silence achieves,
Enter a continuum that whisper hints,
Embrace a journey gift that calmness receives.

Mind and matter and motion and stillness mint,
Encounter a passage where miracles hint!

Leon Enriquez
08 Mar 2014

Copyright © Leon Enriquez | Year Posted 2014

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Haiku Reader Dies

Headline news lead bleeds
Accidental haiku death

Killed by tainted verse
Unidentified victim

Exotic poem
Attracts curious reader
Dripping vitriol

Extreme allergic
Reaction resulted in
Death of some poor schmuck

Industry spokes folks
Encourage illiterates
Stay away from words

Copyright © Jaey Peele | Year Posted 2015

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Human being’s mind rhyme
A moment of undefined time
Interacting with a fine chime
Kissing the fruit of a wild lime
Understand nature’s sublime

Copyright © Ernesto P. Santiago | Year Posted 2006