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(#Tau ku) The Falcon hovering It's prey..... Soon to become an offering Copyright - Vivian Zems  Mick's Short Form Poetry Challenge #1 Theme: Rare breeds Tau ku: 3 linee tercet, using syllables 6,2,8

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Leviathan

A monster in temper Rearing to unleash in anger Girding it's loins with the wind As skies roar A coiled spring Not waiting Not caring Growing stronger A leviathan Claiming it's prize Copyright - 2017 - Vivian Zems  For Bjorn’s Meet... Continue Reading →

Lamp-light

Waiting at the sea shore Lamp held aloft Waiting for her soul mate Of him, she wants more In the distance, she sees him Rowing towards her light The chasm between them Not her only fright Her tether holds her... Continue Reading →

Laugh Again

(#Nonet) Catching herself  in a belly laugh Mirth, a thing of memories past Loving this feeling within Because in her past life Save for the odd smile For the most part He made her Feel so Sad Copyright 2017 -... Continue Reading →

The Knowledge

(#Haiku) Knowledge in full flow She's become a tree of life Her fruits draw and pull Copyright 2017- Vivian Zems Haikuhorizons challenge -Tree

Trapped

(#Sedoka) She needs to get back Part of her got left behind It's become trapped in his mind .................... It must be removed A surgeon’s knife might just do Or, a dose of amnesia Copyright 2017- Vivian Zems

Calling Card

Ray arrived at the printing press early. He was in charge of deliveries, and after running a couple of errands, returned to the office for a quick coffee and a sandwich. He kept one eye on the breaking news unfolding... Continue Reading →

A New Day

(#Haiku) Cumulus clouds part Revealing rays of the sun Life's not over yet Copyright 2017- Vivian Zems Sue Vincent's Photo Prompt

Love’s Recipe

(#Senryu) Wisdom in all thoughts Understanding the love shared Knowing each other Copyright 2017- Vivian Zems Inspired by Rotimi Elijah's Post: Love Is Important- But Not Enough Senryu (also called human haiku) is an unrhymed Japanese verse consisting of three unrhymed lines of... Continue Reading →

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