Tag Archives: poetry

Is Haiku the future of poetry?

I love Haiku, they are clever and snack-sized.



Poetry – the city of progress

Webs of smoke hung mid air

leaving the building-tops unfocused and seeming to go up forever

undeterred they swarmed clicking the wet asphalt creating an atmosphere of noise.

then silence.

no one in sight, an empty model of a city, unused.

occupying towers of concrete and steel, where they learn life is precious.

the real world tries to make contact, like a

flower peeping out of a crack in the pavement

only to be stepped on and put back in it’s place.


Haiku – Untouchable

Out scream the screamers

Embarrass yourself today

Be untouchable


Haiku – Come get my wallet

Give me your wallet

A threat to not make a scene

So I make a scene


Haiku – The Rich

While the rich get rich

I will study all their moves

And teach my children


Haiku – The Truth

I will speak the truth

Even if I be alone

I will seek the truth


Road freedom

I put my dark eyes on 

So the world knows I mean business

Thunder down the road

Barking flames and coughing smoke

Leaving the past behind me

In a pool of teeth and blood

Seducing the innocent

With my metallic leather frame

Women decipher my tattoos under moonlight

Praying for my soul

All are against me

Including the wind

An endless search for freedom

For as long as the road wont end




Haiku – bald man

I’m going bald now

I refuse to wear a hat

I have earn’t my age


Haiku – happy heart

My weak human heart

When love creates happiness