Morning Haiku and Waka – Words for Others – August 18, 2015

Lamp Tree

trail blazer
sitting in the darkest hour
holding a lamp
alight the shadows this morn
as others have before you

mid-day shimmers
the sun fully risen sees
freedom in a song

he’s flying high
one step for humanity
just glided by

© G.s.k. ‘15

bells toll the hour
in the morning silence
awakening birds

ah … morning chill
this preview of autumn days
at four A.M.

 © G.s.k. ‘15

Dawn Thoughts – June 26, 2014

June 26 Dawn

June 26 Dawn

(Elfje – Silence)

mountains await
the first chatter
of happy singing birds


Pink sky streams around grey clouds
Over the mountains in shrouds
In silence – I hesitate
Early morn  – I meditate


odd  sound of silence
no chittering in the wind
summer dawn

Have a great morning and stop by Through the Eye of Bastet for a little morning reflection!

The Tanaga is a type of Filipino poem, consisting of four lines with seven syllables each with the same rhyme at the end of each line — that is to say a 7-7-7-7 Syllabic verse, with an AABB rhyme scheme

Dawn Thoughts – June 25, 2014


billowing morning clouds
roll like smoke …


veils hide the mountains
white silk imitations
summer rain

Fibonacci – Morning Reflections

Grey …
Billow …
Soft white mist,
The city hidden …
Winter thoughts ping upon my mind …
Before I’ve enjoyed my fill of summer’s delights!

I’m going to make this a daily post … my good morning to you all!  Ciao, Bastet!