Haiku: ‘Star’

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I saw a new star
I followed to where it stopped
Faith has led me here

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MayFlower – A Poem — Suzette B’s Blog (Reblog)

Crataegus monogyna – Mayflower – Image by leswalley from Pixabay The Mayflower, in petal hull traveled ocean soil, A nation, germinating in dreams of independence, sails. From hope’s lookout, oared stems envision new roots – As destiny’s voyage brave storms to freedom’s tribute. Out of Plymouth, a pilgrimage exodus, a magna carta, A nation-family birthed […]

MayFlower – A Poem — Suzette B’s Blog

Haibun: ‘Isabella’

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The sea was writhing at Seahouses. Northumbria wild, voices calling on the wind blown from Hyperborean reaches.

And then you — your skin grey like a seal, matching your eyes, a lantern jaw jutting out like a promontory, unyielding.

So then why are you so kind? Because you are blind, like nature, the tempestuous oceans thrusting, reaching, for just one fleeting sight of your son.

Who brought me this far?
Providence cannot explain
Winter’s existence

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