Do You Haiku?

Love, like the moment
When first, our desire, is seen;
Consummates the dream.


Every touch engulfs
My whole being in such joy,
Sensation floods me.


Nothing works always
Things break, misfire, and go wrong,
But love survives pain.


Remember the love
We shared was more important
Than anything earned.


Giving your heart, love,
Away is the only freedom
No one can withdraw.


Our names do remain
Despite all traumatic change,
Nothing else the same.


The poem we write
Is sometimes all that holds heart,
Soul, whole together.


What you most ignore,
Terribly deplore may show
Up, right at your door.


Migraines can derange
With their all-consuming pain,
Play that song again.


You do not know what
May be or how or when, but
You must try again.


Rain peppers the roof,
Me, dry, safe, comfy, aloof,
Aware life invades.


As a prompt, try your hand at haiku. They are a little blast from wherever to whoever.

This very well may be my last entry. I have to find an alternative to WordPress because of the Block Editor. It does not meet my needs. I am very frustrated right now. Nothing I am familiar with works.

© Jo Ann J. A. Jordan

Author: Jo Ann J. A. Jordan

My life has gone through some rapid changes of which I had no control so I am now trying to find new purpose and meaning. There is an adventure in this and I am excited to move forward.

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