Between the Seasons – Haiku – September 28, 2015

Red Fallen Leaves

between the seasons
the vitality of youth
red fallen leaves

the undercurrent
between the earth and moon
thralling attraction

there they stood
between the lines she wrote
her adieu

© G.s.k. ‘15

Morning Haiku and Waka – Sedoka – November 29, 2014


 no place to go to
aimless I walk down the path
lost inside my wayward thoughts

where did our love go
when it dried up like fall leaves –
first flakes of new-born snow fall

(c) G.s.k.

linked to Mindlovesmisery’s Menagerie – BJ’s Shadorma & Beyond . Sedoka

A sedoka is a poem created by writing two katauta or stanza of 5/7/7 syllables … each stanza is a stand alone poem, but they complete themselves being placed together.