Déjà vu haiku

If you’ve been to this website before, you might recognize these as previous header images and words on my front page.

…images from the web, words by the goddess

maps of the world
The siren beckons
arousing our restless souls.
“Be brave. Leave the womb.”

Autumn Leaves. Photo by Chris Lawton on Unsplash
Autumn. Hardwood trees
Hanging their leaves out to dry.
Colorful laundry.

Summer 2017
Sweet summer pleasures
Cold ice cream, fresh fruit, flowers
Delight my senses.

Anastasia Zhenina
As our planet warms, spring rushes into summer…
One rose perfection
Unfolding petals kissed with dew
So fragrant, I blush

jaxton stevnes
Winter in NC
Chilly, cold, or warm and wet
Changeable season

purple crocus
The cycle begins again
Reaching for sunlight,
We yearn for another chance.
Spring! Rebirth. Fresh start.

Stark winter landscape
Stark barren landscape
Trees without leaves, frozen, stiff
Black, gray, white, and cold

Autumn approaches
Wind whispers, rustles, and howls
Leaves float, hover, fall

Bright yellow faces
Stretch, reaching toward the sun
The source of all life.

Snow falls on cedars
Inspiring a book title.
Our world air-brushed white.

layered forest
Deep layered forest,
Dark mysterious colors
Bid me to enter.

white blossoms
The forest is dressed
Ready for its christening.
Let the blessings rain.

Short days, falling leaves
Last harvest, first frost, and next…
Winter’s cold beauty

red lanterns
Red paper lanterns
Peeking between the branches
My path, my way home.