October in my blood

bowing and scraping at the gates of the gray there moaned October, demanding to be let in.   we both looked at the capillaries of insipid sunlight throbbing in its helix, striving to teach it the memory of warmth, and October grinned raindrops and mud on our soles.   you took my hand – I … Continue reading

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inward – tanka

fall flows its madness straight into my cup of tea – sugarless amber: the honey in the glass jar smiles, awaiting patiently   © Liliana Negoi

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september

my marrow smells like autumn – september sank deeply its teeth inside my bones injecting them, like a snake, with the yellow sap of awareness. i’m aware. aware that i’m old and that the forest will soon be flooded with colors replacing the green. isn’t it ironic that a forest is never more colorful than … Continue reading

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The fall

October’s bones, bathed in grape juice and apple cider, laid on the pillows as if some holy relics, waiting to be worshiped by the commoners uninitiated in the art of forgetting about life. Beyond the window, the cloudy dawn caressed, like the hand of a lover intoxicated with autumn, the sweet curve of the mountain … Continue reading

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November Rorschach

Morning glides slowly along the wings of a dragonfly frozen in a corner and my window sighs, blessed with sunlight – November kisses seconds with the tenderness of one who knows that time is merely the perfume of existence. I see myself in a mirror through thick layers of smoke, “A thousand kisses deep” filling … Continue reading

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fall-ing – haiga

  haiku, photo and haiga © Liliana Negoi

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autumn – haiku

autumn with its brush coloring the falling leaves – red, yellow, orange… © Liliana Negoi Written for The Haiku Challenge 2012 – Day 19 – February 19th – Theme: Seasons Type: Kigo

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white – haiku&pi-ku

gazing at the sky – snow keeps falling and falling, covering the land – winter lays white over my thoughts © Liliana Negoi Written for The Haiku Challenge 2012 – Day 6 – February 6th – Theme or Word: Think Form: Haiku & Pi-Ku

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autumn end – haiku

november dying – what sweet bitterness sheltered by sunlight’s flavor! © Liliana Negoi Written for The Haiku Challenge 2012 – Day 4 – February 4th – Theme: Opposite Emotions

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