dawn – sonnet

“Carpe Diem” be still! the summer sunrise, nearly born, is hastening to flood with bleeding light the nakedness of Gaia – birds adorn the lace of clouds with their ecstatic flight. hush now and listen to the dying dreams as they are cleaving path through night’s remains attempting to avoid the blazing beams injected into … Continue reading

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luminous – flash fiction

She sat there, with the precious stillness of a Tanagra, frozen beneath the cascade of magnolia petals – and all that sunrise was able to do was to jewel her aura with fiery reflexes, as if she was Amaterasu herself, borrowing for a while the limits of flesh with the sole purpose of proving the … Continue reading

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fume

[…] in my palm drunken with stains of sunrise a moth searches for the path of yesterday while rays vibrate under the voice of a blackbird, like a violin string swooshing ‘neath a fidlestick sounds glide, blunt and sharp, and light shivers in search for a fulcrum within them – the moth is doomed to … Continue reading

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iced crimson – naisaiku

red flows the sunrise along the field’s cold white skin – sky bleeds to daylight ICED CRIMSON sky bleeds to daylight along the field’s cold white skin – red flows the sunrise   © Liliana Negoi Written for The Haiku Challenge 2012 – Day 12 – February 12th – Theme or Word: Colours Form: Naisaiku

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