Summer Haiku

By Dianne Mortiz hydrangea bushes show off their big, blue blooms a praying mantis beach body surfing tumbling in fierce waves landing on packed sand scents wafting from the snack shack craving hot dogs seaside beach club oysters and tequila drunk on love walking by the bay a cast of fiddler crabs scuttle in beach … Continue reading Summer Haiku

Road Trip

By Frankie Laufer A modern-day cattle drive except with satellite radio. Twenty-five mile per hour speed limit only a memory in rear view mirror. Painted ponies keeping pace in a pasture like race cars on the final lap. A cloud with many faces watches over us. This is a good omen. Exit two fifteen, Woodpecker … Continue reading Road Trip