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{un}holy haiku - 3rd Edition

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Helen of Annoy

willows in their hair

will wither later, but fire

in the eyes remains 

 

 

 

 

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tcgram

In the eyes remains

Young soul, watching from afar

As their life unfolds

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As their life unfolds

on rocky sphere, revolving,

facts dawn, dark to light

 

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The Wistman
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facts dawn, dark to light

moons eclipse and glow to full

fireflies blink a code

 

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Overdueleaf

fireflies blink a code

endless summer nights, silver

moon in its phases

 

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Helen of Annoy

moon in its phases 

sung by poets and wolves, calls

tides of sea and blood 

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The Wistman

tides of sea and blood

skim the embrace of Earth's sweet

magnetic mantle

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Helen of Annoy

magnetic mantle

speaking with aurora signs 

plain sight mystery  

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The Wistman

plain sight mystery

cuddles in the crucible

of the commonplace

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Helen of Annoy

of the commonplace 

thread, the most intricate lace 

conceals and reveals 

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The Wistman

conceals and reveals

does the passage of time; de-

light is here, right now

 

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Light is here, right now

Live life to the fullest, for

Who knows what is next?  

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Ozymandias
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Who knows what is next?

Only the poet who pens -

placing words in rows

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placing words in rows

upon rows, infinitely 

to explain chaos

 

 

 

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Helen of Annoy

to explain chaos 

abandon complex dogmas

god's not a lawyer  

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god's not a lawyer

but since She knows everything

plead insanity

 

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ouija ouija

plead insanity

reason takes a holiday

skips to horizon

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Helen of Annoy

skips to horizon 

absent gaze of those about 

to not die again 

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to not die again

is to never be reborn 

sleep, wakefulness wins

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The Wistman

sleep, wakefulness wins

(if pursuing a reward)

breath just comes and goes

 

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Helen of Annoy

breath just comes and goes

even when you wonder why 

it's uphill again   

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The Wistman

it's uphill again

across rough terrain, although

at night, stars dazzle

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Helen of Annoy

at night, stars dazzle 

gravity loses some pull 

from above, clearer    

 

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The Wistman

from above, clearer

vision and the inner gong

drowns chaotic noise

 

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Helen of Annoy

drowns chaotic noise

unexpected lullaby

taming inner beast  

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