Butterflies and On an Unknown Road Just Before Dark

By Andre Swanepoel  Butterflies They break upon us unrelenting As the dawn breaks like a rainbow Refracting our dewdrop-eyes That settle at once upon our love Like condescending dust confounded In beauty that fuels these monarchs that flit As thoughts between sun and shade Gathering potency On an Unknown Road Just Before Dark The sun … Continue reading Butterflies and On an Unknown Road Just Before Dark

Haiku (315-318)

By Thomas Page People articulated By traits becomes a Grave--dry bones.   Lab'ling the other Tacks their equal to a board Like a butterfly. A clock will tick in Unique tremor for each new, Subsequent heard tock.   How many years pass On Pluto and the other Bodies as light flies?