Haiku – 10/27/2021

Glistening green grass

Waving in the soft cool breeze

An autumn morning


I just dropped a Halloween episode on my Podcast: Song Lines and Tan Lines.

Haiku – 9/14/2021

Words on a full page

Staring at a long story

Time for a re-write


Easiest thing to do, for me at least, is to write. I could write novels upon novels and never tire of it. Hardest thing for me to do, re-write. I wish I could just write and then send it on, but that would be too easy. It is in the re-write where the story truly comes alive. Well, time to get back to it. Cheers.

Haiku – 8/18/2021

An overcast day

Moisture fills the clouds above

Ready and waiting


It’s been a bit since I posted. Not sure why. Sometimes I sit down and write a Haiku and realize I have written one similar before and just decide not to post for that reason. I think that’s why I enjoy my Podcast so much – Song Lines and Tan Lines. It’s something new, something different, and I think I have put more of my time into it for that reason. I haven’t abandoned this blog and I still plan to keep posting to it, but posting will be inconsistent. I might go on a good run and post for a week straight, might then take two weeks off, kind of going to be the way I do things from now on. And it’s not just posting to this blog that is getting inconsistent. I realized this morning I haven’t checked my blog email address in over two weeks. That’s why, some of the blogs I follow have a bunch of likes on them this morning. No real point to all this, just felt like writing and letting you, my faithful followers, know why I haven’t posted as much as of late. Thanks for sticking with me. Have a good morning, afternoon, or night – depending on when you are reading this.

Haiku – 8/9/2021

Calming ocean waves

Your beauty and peacefulness

Lull me to slumber

Sometimes I am glad I take a few extra videos and pictures. I had this one sitting on my phone and I don’t think I posted it before. I took this video when I went down to the beach earlier this year, 2021. How I wish I could just jump into this video and be there right now. Love the ocean, love the beach, anything associated with it.

Haiku – 8/1/2021

In the black of night

Room plunged into thick darkness

Footsteps walking slow


Alone in the house

Stirring from a deep slumber

Listening for more


Hush of silence falls

Starting to relax a bit

Cold invades the room


Something striding fast

Moving towards the soft couch

Contact imminent


Been listening to a couple of Podcasts that have my brain exploring the supernatural and the unknown – helped to inspire this post. Plus, I just finished a great book by Ryan Sprague called Somewhere in the Skies. I highly recommend it. The stories about aliens and abductions and conspiracies will keep you up at night. You can get the book here: Somewhere in the Skies and you can find the Somewhere in the Skies Podcast wherever you get your Podcasts from. And if you want some great ghost stories check out the Podcast called Jim Harold’s Campfire. Great spooky stories. I think Jim also has books but I haven’t read any of them. That’s it. Thanks for reading and enjoying the blog. Have a good one.