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Monday, September 5, 2011

Kiss From the Wind~haiku

a kiss from the wind
turned a spark into hell’s rage
drought feeds the dragon

©Susie Clevenger 2011
Height of Haiku Challenge
September-30 Haikus in 30 days
Prompt Day 6: Kiss

(On a personal note. I live in Texas. The drought has caused our state to be a huge tinderbox. There have been many fires resulting in loss of life, property and forest. We pray for rain!)


Carol Fleisher said...

Great post and very appropriate for Texas right now.

edwinbaru said...

Short and punchy....
the kind of poem one remebmbers long after reading it.
The kind of poem I cannot seem to write...

Zouxzoux said...

Very poignant. Best of luck to all of you in the face of the fire. I hope you never have to experience living after a disaster.

andy sewina said...

Phew, the damage one spark can do, I'm praying for rain too!

kaykuala said...

How unfortunate when the outcome is disastrous.

P/S thanks for visiting

Heaven said...

What a havoc it can bring... yes!
Hope rain comes soon ~

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

May the dragon flee from Texas soon!

Tuesday, September 6, 2011
The Kiss
Kiss me. Liquefy
my bones until I puddle
like spilled honey. Chase

my rolling sweetness
down and claim it with your teeth.
Breathe deep of my dark

sandalwood and smoke,
but don't choke on my embers.
Kiss me to my knees.

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beccagivens said...

Susie - I live in Central TX ... presently I am in MA on bus trip with my mom ... my husband is keeping me up to date! YES, we are in dire need of rain!!!

Leo said...

Very current and punch post!

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