Tag: easter

Easter haibun – risen

It was the bird that made it all come clear. At first the silhouette was undistinguished from the foreground shadowing but once my eyes were accustomed to the gloom,  it had evidently been there all the time, roosting amongst bare branches. Rather sleek, with a beak firmly closed; a distinctly silent messenger. Neither corvid nor dove but something… Continue Reading “Easter haibun – risen”

At the sign of the fish

what lover felt that landing a fish locked for aeons could vouchsafe the course of true love; a creature gasping by the watery wayside declaiming empty-mouthed without fluidity of feeling depths of emotion or is it the signature of Jonah harbinger of peril three… Continue Reading “At the sign of the fish”