Tuesday Poem – North American haiku

Like melting snow
my landscape changes
with constant warmth

Morning malaize
that lasts
until sunset

Your vibrations of sleep
lull me
to a safer place

In coastal forest
a golden light

Too much depends
on the way you look at me
how you respond

And then it snowed
and it felt okay
to be so cold

Like sparks from a new years’ bonfire
I’ll glow, rise

Tuesday Poem

One thought on “Tuesday Poem – North American haiku

  1. Hey Saradha, nice to find, and read your work here. I’d wanted to congratulate you on your debut but the email I had was an old one. These haiku remind me of the Kerouac ones you like, there’s a kind of intimacy to them.

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