“Spring in Michigan” #Haiku Sequence, #NaPoWritMo

I missed a couple days of NaPoWritMo day 19 and my poem-a-day practice due to a packed schedule. I hope to make it up with a glimpse of my afternoon, seen from the upstairs window... spring thunder clouds, opaque and dark sky grumbles cold rain falls... petal confetti litters wet streets redbird squawks nest torn … Continue reading “Spring in Michigan” #Haiku Sequence, #NaPoWritMo

“Spring Sunbeams,” #haiku, #NaPoWritMo

It's day 14 of NaPoWritMo and my Poem-a-Day practice. I'm sure you're tired of seeing these white pear tree blossoms, but they are so spectacular. My camera does not do them justice. I think I caught a faery glimmer in the trees. Do you see it? spring sunbeam... white blossoms sparkle in the blue sky … Continue reading “Spring Sunbeams,” #haiku, #NaPoWritMo

“White Blossoms,” Day 13: #NaPoWritMo, #haiku

My neighborhood glows with white blossoms from the Bradford Pear trees that line our streets. It's spectacular! The ground is covered in a white skiff of petals, and it looks like it snowed! This afternoon the wind grew cold and gusty... just like a typical Michigan spring day. I'll take some more photos tomorrow. For … Continue reading “White Blossoms,” Day 13: #NaPoWritMo, #haiku

“Humid Spring,” Badger hexastich trio, #NaPoWritMo

I had forgotten how humid it can be in Michigan... Today; the humidity rolled in from Lady Lake Michigan and the rainy day bloomed as we headed into the afternoon. So for my Poem-a-day practice, I described the approach of the afternoon rain. It's day 8 on NaPoWritMo, but I'm not following the prompts. muggy— … Continue reading “Humid Spring,” Badger hexastich trio, #NaPoWritMo