Something That Returns – Day 30 of April PAD

Another day comes
as the sun returns to shine
all seasons alike.

© 2020, forestlove

A Total Glory Haiku – Day 29 of April PAD

She’s a true feline
Soft fur combines with soft purr
Glory embodied.

© 2020, forestlove

Look Back Haiku – Day 28 of April PAD

Look back to many
blinks of warm and sunny time
Keep your thoughts alert.

I want out
My sleep of despair
engulfs me

© 2020, forestlove

A Massive Poem – Day 27 of April PAD

streets are wise and wide
the massive
walking out
is now a hesitation
Dreams are wise, as well.

© 2020, forestlove

Change Haiku – Day 26 of April PAD

Spring rain and sunshine
sprinkling merrily around
a tree’s brown branches

© 2020, forestlove

A Remix Poem – Day 25 of April PAD

Anger and angst
mixed with humour and joy
remix them to
humorous angst amidst
the chaos of angry joy.

© 2020, forestlove

The Same Wall – Day 24 of April PAD

I look at the same wall
for lack of a change
for so many days

Outside, the trees walk
along the boulevard
green dresses and festoons

Skies celebrate
clean and cleaner

The sea is far
The wall is the same as always.

© 2020, forestlove

A Social Introvert – Day 23.2 of April PAD

A Social Introvert
is the one who looks like an extrovert
Yet, I can explain that
only so many times
that I am still an introvert
albeit the rate to which I tolerate

So many words for such a small notion.

© 2020, forestlove

A Letter Poem – Day 23.1 of April PAD

The letter S is self-sufficient
and silent like a well-educated lady
The letter O is overly open
like the mouth of a clamorous woman
The letter U is bent to its inside
as if keeping to itself like a gloomy teenager
The letter L is construction-site looking
like the right-angle tool of a builder

So various and so rich
are the letters forming a SOUL.
So various and rich.

© 2020, forestlove

A Quirky Story – Day 22 of April PAD

Another ethereal
reality bumping across the
quirky road to the sand beach.

Another day of swimming houses
roughly crossing the ocean
of lilac bushes.

© 2020, forestlove

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