Spring Storm (A Triptych Haiku)

Thickened oxygen
Misty haze upon the ground
Grass sweat pungent green

Sudden chilling wind
Gray somber overcast rain
Hail, violent quick

Verdant paradise
Crisp first flower butterfly
Long blade beauty sheen

 

“Spring Storm” is a triptych haiku written by Michael Aaron Casares. All rights reserved. 

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Old Glory (A Triptych Haiku)

Deep frost the raining
Shadows hide beneath the pelt
Scorned frostbitten earth

Steadfast, wind and breeze
Revelation of blue skies
Perennial bloom

Red horizon glow
Majestic mountains crimson
Stoic, resolve, strong

“Old Glory” is a triptych haiku written by Michael Aaron Casares. All rights reserved.

Camellia Dawn

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Amber tufts cotton
Carnation hearth majestic
Fired light distant gold

 

Warm Ember Horizon
Photography
by Michael Aaron Casares

“Camelia Dawin” is an ekphrastic haiku poem written by Michael Aaron Casares. “Warm Ember Horizon” is a photograph taken by Michael Aaron Casares. All rights reserved. 

Mountain Laurel (Triptych Haiku)

Lavender outside
step in the pink and purple;
sweet luscious all day.

The sweet inhaling,
fresh and sweet, the sky is ripe.
Lucid trees sublime.

In distant memory,
verdant foliage under bloom,
awaken senses.

 

 

“Mountain Laurel” is a triptych haiku poem written by Michael Aaron Casares. All rights reserved. 

 

La Primera

Todos somos son
La verde y la Azul
El sol unido

“La Primera” is a haiku in Spanish and is written by Michael Aaron  Casares. All rights reserved. It popped up first on Twitter, error and all, because we do love live poetry. 

 

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