New haiku

It has been awhile since I’ve written. There is no doubt I am rusty, but that is okay. Everything has a cycle. It is all a process. Patience, gentleness and gratitude certainly help! Here is my latest haiku:

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“Sun Will Rise” a tribute haiku

As with so many people, the death of Robin Williams has jarred me. Being in the level of darkness he must have felt, greatly saddens me. It’s a place I feel deserves no harsh judgement. Pain is pain and with that pain, compassion is needed. I am grateful for his life and for the light […]

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New Elizabeth Lorayne kids wear design!

I played with the digitized version of my original linocut and created this version for my daughter’s light pink t-shirt! I quite like the quality of these Bella Baby shirts (and plan to offer them for sale (soon!)) and I am very happy with this new variation of my original linocut design!

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H50 “Green Light”

An endless green light Set those wings on Soar Don’t ever look back

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H43 “Child & Falcon”

Pitch black midnight wings Embrace the sleeping child Falcon pajamas ————————————————- *Falcons have powerful totemic meaning. To read more about that, I recommend going to Whats-your-sign.com. I thoroughly enjoy their information. I wrote this haiku in the wee hours this morning after being stirred by my cat. A Falcon may be calling for life in […]

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H35 “A Birth”

“A Birth” A New Moon and You Let your wings bathe in star dust Forever in flight My daughter was born the night of the New Moon (in Taurus) and the weekend of the Lyrid Meteor Shower (2012). She turns 1 next Sunday! Oh.my.goodness.

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H15 “Moon Wings”

Would wings be enough To graze the moon in light Carefree swoops and dives

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H5 “Sky Bound”

Uncover yourself Ignite the torch and let your Wings fly you skywards

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An Ode to “Winged Leaves”

On a walk with my, then 5 month old daughter, we passed by some native grasses that I particularly love. I find their oatmeal and evergreen coloring beautiful. I enjoy the way they sway and flap, sometimes in unison and sometimes in opposition. I wholeheartedly understand their healthiness in more direct sun than the pitiful […]

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A Favorite Saying

“…Split a piece of wood, and I am there. Lift a stone, and you will find me there.” Gospel of Thomas

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