I've always enjoyed the simplicity, playful nature, and structure (the guidelines help my otherwise paralyzed creative side) of haiku poetry. On very rare occasions, I've found myself coming up with a haiku to contribute something fun to a conversation. So why not contribute a little whimsy to this conversation about my adventures in our country by writing haiku along the way! 

Haiku: A major form of Japanese verse, written in 17 syllables divided into 3 lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables, and employing highly evocative allusions and comparisons on the subject of nature or one of the seasons.

June 18, 2017: Blankets and Bluegrass

Sit. Listen. Music
Blanketing us all in joy.
Listen. Telluride



May 30, 2017: Parallel Paths

Gray, weathering storms.
Calm now, look to the future
Golden, blue and green

May 10, 2017: Judgement

Spring: equal sun and rain
Progress can be subjective
Day by day I build


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May 1, 2017: Work and Play

Yeah, generally
my work trips are often fun
But 6 years? I'm through

April 23, 2017: Metal Butterfly

Hollow, white, metal
temporarily, you are.

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