a letter from eros

love is unconditionally true, as newborn eyes looking back at you love is quiet, on a rainy day when holding hands seems to braid colors into the gray love is patient, when voice is lost strength in understanding at every cost love is a fighter when battles concede finding equal footing, a tug of warContinue reading “a letter from eros”

wild: a haiku

in the wild of me special thoughts rain blissfully forest grows louder I captured this image while in one of the bayou’s outside of New Orleans in Louisiana. I love the look (and feel) of Spanish moss and how it seemingly rains throughout the branches of trees. A moment after I captured this image, IContinue reading “wild: a haiku”

benthos

beyond the shallows where your waves steep extracting the flavors of the sea in the rush of darkness, i bloom most silently into this garden of benthos, a blushing bride i become where you in most ardent steps nakedly roam clutching the tapestry of emeralds woven about my hair draping upon the coral of myContinue reading “benthos”

mischief: a haiku

candlelit mischief flaxen hush blossoms in waltz waxing flames entwined The music that accompanies this piece is that of my talented friend and composer, Isotherme, from his album Cinquieme. His musical experiments are that of a meditative journey in ambiance and sound. For more of his music you can visit his collection of albums here.

waning

as twilight takes hold of daylight’s reign, i remember, the you, the i, and all the treasures restored beneath a lovers sky where i kiss you, my love, beneath waning eye I am a lover of the moon and pull from her quiet emotion when she peeks between the clouds. For the longest time, however,Continue reading “waning”

ivory: a haiku

frail is the hunger morning rain caresses flesh thunder breathes ivory Captured this image during a hike in the fall and with no pun intended is memorable for me as I fell getting to it along the slippery rocks. The laughter commenced as thankfully I didn’t get hurt and a rest along the mossy stonesContinue reading “ivory: a haiku”

rapture: a haiku

the blackbird’s rapture in the slick draw of midnight a stance of freedom I took this image while sitting on my deck in the backyard. I love to travel and adventure to new places especially with my camera in tow but more often than not, I become inspired by the views my own backyard offersContinue reading “rapture: a haiku”

virtue: a haiku

silence, a virtue wading through canopies wild dresses me at dawn I captured this image within the gardens of Elizabethan Gardens on Roanoke Island in North Carolina. The statue, one created by artist Maria Louisa Lander, is that of Virginia Dare, the first English child born in the New World. Her rendition is that ofContinue reading “virtue: a haiku”

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