Tag Archives: haiku

more grey sky thinking, out of the blue

more cloud gazing this week, torrential rain all day on tuesday (a typically british summer’s day) – this was the view from the window at about 6pm…

a room with a view
i hadn’t really noticed how prominent these power lines were before; my days must be slowly draining of any meaningful structure if i get distracted [...]

on thinking, clouds in a sketchbook

dear reader, i have had my head in the clouds again, a mild attack of the vapours… the heavy rains came (more of a rain deluge, really) and then swiftly went away again, giving us brilliant blue skies for a day or so, but then those rain clouds gathered ominously once again…

[sketchbook pages, july 2010]
these [...]

poetry month

have decided to collate in one place my experimental haiku-style poems, from the making of the recent saltscapes series, written May 17th to June 17th 2009…

from salt and earth,
i made a dystopian green with envy
and chemistry smiled, slyly…
May 17th, 2009

the ashes sighed,
mourning the old flame,
murmuring, if only…
May 18th, 2009

a bloodshot sky
hand in hand,
we returned cautiously…
May [...]