Here is my entire haiku output for August and September. Not much. Not many syllables. Haven’t felt inspired. Except for these few haiku. Enjoy.
I have stopped writing
Poetry for you each night,
My reluctant muse.
What if we just breathe
together? Inhaling the
essence of ourselves
Marriage should not be
reduced to a tally, two
columns, keeping score
Today we untwist
One last thread, our gradual
Still unspoken, the
Honest truth sticks in my throat.
Captive to these fears.
Our story landed
Hard on my heart–opening,
Inhale these words—breathe.
Let me carve our script inside
of you, a rough draft
7 thoughts on “Just a Few End of Summer Haiku”
I’ve been following your posts for a while, and it just keeps on getting better and better.
Thanks for sharing your work with us!
Thanks so much for reading and for your kind comment.
Each of these touching haikus is your heart speaking out, poet. Thank you for sharing them. ❤
Thanks Susan! I’ve learned a lot from you about being a poet 🙂 xo
Raw and poignant. Lots of transitioning here, and as always, beautifully written.
Thanks Dawn. I so appreciate your support.
I so enjoy your writing.