Sprung – A Haiku

sprung

Gloomy equinox

Does so little to banish

Winter’s cold hard knocks.

Emma Hyde, age 26, 21/03/2017


I’ve been very quiet recently, but as it is World Poetry Day, I thought it appropriate to post a little haiku written last year. Enjoy! 🙂

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Snow Globe

I’ve been very quiet again recently on the blogging front, apologies! I hope to find a bit more time to get creative very soon.

In the meantime, in honour of the wintry “snowmaggedon” hitting the UK, I think it’s the perfect time to repost “Snow Globe” for Throwback Thursday! Enjoy 🙂

In Emma World

The very first flake falls; a calm descends upon the world,

With baited breath, expectant eyes await beauty unfurled,

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January Sunset

The soft sunset sky

Boasts a spectacular spectrum,

Flushed with toasty shades of burnt orange

And juicy mandarin,

To the delicate tastes of lemon and lime,

Blending into feathery lavender

And multi-hued azure,

Spreading to star-speckled sapphire

And deepest velvety indigo,

All flecked with the blazing coral

Of airplanes and their trails;

Beneath it all,

A disc of burnished gold

Hovers on the horizon,

Before succumbing to slumber.

 

Emma H, age 26, 31/01/2017