watching unfamiliar stars trace this northern sky so far from home I’m It’s no haiku but written in response to haiku horizons prompt: star
Coiled tight around her beating heart she ventures forward. With the weight of all heavy on her back she scribes the world in silver.
the ocean – here a response to Haiku Horizon’s prompt – Ocean and with total respect to and in awe of Toni Child’s Where’s the Ocean?
through closed lids: molten gold – sunkissed bouncing off Melinda J. Irvine’s sunlight
Inside that impenetrable entanglement of thorned roses – a dragon dreaming. Within that keep – my great claws flex. It’s no haiku but inspired by haiku horizons prompt castle
a new canopy unfurls & butcherbird practices her song response to haiku horizons prompt ‘leaf’
multicolured layers earth’s crust exposed – the hum of the traffic my response to Haiku Horizon’s prompt: cake
feeding steaming horses under bright wattle – my black feet! Response to Haiku Horizons prompt: burnt
behind orange jessamine she holds her breath – long drop response to Haiku Horizons prompt: drop
in deep water, a silent stone – and the songs of fishes