Tag Archives: Zen

WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Luminescence

Childhood walks in the deepness that we lived in Kept us living present in a peacefulness like Zen Luminescence peered down through the leaves Seemingly wafted along on the chill of the breeze In these secret gardens in which we … Continue reading

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Na/GloPoWriMo 3: Comes In Threes

The Day Three challenge is to compose a poem based in some way on a list.  Someone suggested things that come in three.  Why not? Comes In Threes by Michael Romani Like three books in a triology I read as … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Agile

Breaking and entering like a perfectly formed wave Skimming along the top avoiding a watery grave Some might say that I’ve proved myself agile But, if they could see inside, they would see I’m fragile Marked up, bruised and  somewhat … Continue reading

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Sonic Gems: Goro Yamaguchi – Shakuhachi Music: Bell Ringing In An Empty Sky

Goro Yamaguchi lived from February 26, 1933  to January 3, 1999.  He was a Japanese shakuhachi (vertical bamboo flute) player known for his impeccable technique and phrasing in both solo and ensemble performances.  World famous he headed the Chikumeisha shakuhachi … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Expect

It wasn’t something that one might expect Nor anything that I’d ever want to reject But to see a lady playing tuba to Buddha Was one of those moments that can really move ya I mean if you’re into music … Continue reading

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Short Form Poetry Workshop – Flamed Zen

What is a Mirror Oddquain • One of the types of Oddquain • Short poetry style very similar to the Cinquain • Name comes from the odd syllable count per line • Five lines per stanza • two stanzas • … Continue reading

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