Tendril Love

(A haiku of hypocoristic metaphors) Bloodied revulsion,the brittle overstrung life,a sanguine comfort. Lengthening shadows,abject furtherance exhorts,anchoring largesse. Presumptuous fate,an abundance to bequeath,underpinning hope. [This haiku takes root – or rather, support – from the tendril. The tendril is a modified stem or leaf and is a threadlike, prehensile, chemotropic appendage which possesses a twining tendency … Continue reading Tendril Love

Beyond the Wall

A fragrant green bog, wisps of a chilled fog, merry gurgling stream, frogs soak and dream, the silent shallow stills, frilling those lofty hills, carpets of furry moss, hollow logs lie across, the musty loamy soil, where tiny insects toil, a rustling forest floor, a grunt a howl a roar, light whistling breeze, the busy … Continue reading Beyond the Wall