A different view, a different direction
behind the door,the secret treasure
Eyes closed, I see you here with me,
Two clocks , two zones, two thoughts,
a single hope – love will guide us home.
Big Tent Poetry gave us seven prompts for the week. I chose the following three to be my muse :
Write an ode to a thing you love in nature.
dry , bright;
memories kept safe
your treasured touch.
Write an ode to a prized physical object.
and gift away.
are never mine.
These are written in Hay(na)ku form. Hay(na)ku is a 3-line poem with one word in the first line, two words in the second, and three in the third.
Write a poem about drunkenness.
amused at myself
I can drink
and be amused
by the drink.
The above is a gogyohka. Traditionally gogyohka is a 5-line poetry where every line stands on its own as a separate line too.