Haiku Monday: A Harbor’s Yield for Winter

Note: I’m going to attempt to make my Haikus more story-based as well as come up with some creative names for them. Let’s try it out.

Watercolour scene,
Beauty’s neglect on the coast,
Grey and blue waters.

Dismal bitter teeth,
Such lugubrious structures,
Struck by flailing tide.

Boats become soldiers,
Claim victory in battle,
Fishing for the day.

Frost and snowfall grasp,
Preserving dire sustenance,
Hibernating town.

Haiku Monday: Alice In Wonderland

Mental stimulus,
The world adapted to one,
How the flowers smile.

A blink doesn’t blink,
Walking through a twisted door,
Inverted doorknob.

Comprehensive charm,
Magic or mere projection,
Creating creatures.

Expansive grandeur,
Un-conquerable by all,
Precious virgin thoughts.

Haiku Monday (Tuesday): Electronic

Widespread conversion,

Feeding amplified signals,

Yet man’s hunger stays.

 

Harmonic fusion,

Bionic aids organic,

Skin takes a grey tone.

 

Matter converted,

Blood for the soulless boxes,

Hearty receiver.

 

Any quirky tool,

Fabricated energy,

Thus electronic.

 

(For reasons explained in previous posts and tweets, blog content has been delayed, so I apologise)