SOMETHING FROM YESTERDAY

in the sky
early spring colors –
exploding through the night

haiku

synchronization –
fiery peonies
bursting into midnight skies

haiku

spiraling down
vanishing quickly –
last embers of yesteryear

haiku

Response to Carpe Diem #1574 New Year’s Eve

NEW YEAR’S READING

From me, a gift from Madasahatter572 to all my followers, my list of FABULOUS READING to share and share alike amongst yourself and with your family and friends. Happy New Year!

Annie’s Poetry
As it Comes
AshiAkira’s Blog
akylus
Bending Moments
bejitters
Brambled Way
But I Smile Anyway…
CARPE DIEM HAIKU KAI
Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog
Fmme writes poems
forgottenmeadows
Khadhy
like mercury colliding
lillian the home poet
my life as a piece of string
Ontheland
Penumbra Haiku
Project words
SOCK MONKEY SAY…
thoughts and entanglements
The Ear of Southhampton’s Cat
witchlike
writing in north norfolk*

*this list is in alphabetical order… 

** Of course there are so many other blogs out there and I invite You to seek them and expand your reading horizons this holiday season. Until next year, my Madd devotees, a safe New Year.

NEW YEAR’S EVE

a new year
rising from wild seas
a few stars

filling
the glass with candlelight
champagne

© Jane Reichhold

a few stars
spread out before us –
time to make a wish

a few stars
twinkling in the wintry air
in the breath of a new dawn

spread out before us –
a splash of color
rent darkness asunder

time to make a wish
withered hands catching
sparkling winter stars

troiku

Response to Carpe Diem Weekend Meditation #65 Crossroads … Troiku … New Year’s Eve