Numbers can be lucky, or so they say What’s your lucky number, I ask if I may? In poker, I have many, combinations that I’ll play King, seven is one of my favorites, that I win at most days Sometimes my lucky number is the number two That goes way back from whenContinue reading “What’s Your Lucky Number”
A 99 word, 9 stanza haiku-style poem about a bonfire.
Nothing can be heard The silence is so peaceful Relax and enjoy Kids return shortly © Susan Zutautas 2019 This little poem was written for Weekend Writing Prompt #100
Endless clouds way up high I lose myself as they pass by Mesmerizing and amazing Always love to be gazing As they float by Animal shapes are fun to find Beautiful clouds when aligned Warm air rises and expands Forming clouds across the lands © Susan Zutautas 2019 Written for ElementalContinue reading “Cloud Gazing”
A poem about a lost muse.
A four stanza senryu about a place of worship that is now deserted.
Sensationally Full of fragrance, sweet-scented Delightfully Spring © Copyright 2014 Susan Zutautas
Not the prettiest picture by far To some, it may seem bizarre Looking for signs of Spring Finding, wanting to do the highland fling It was a beautiful sunny day A bit brisk, but that was okay As long as you stayed on The sunny side of the street You were able to feel the suns heatContinue reading “Finally a Sign of Spring”
A two stanza haiku about rain.