Under the oaks’ shade
A child plays the xylophone
Sunlight in each note.
Geoffrey Philp is the author of "Archipelagos," a book of poems about #climatechange. He is working on a graphic novel, "My Name is Marcus."
How does it work?
Sunlight in each note. That was so beautiful!
a fine poem - captures the feeling and the image
Great work! Good Haiku!
More stories from Geoffrey Philp and writers in Poets and other communities.
Heading to the lake
I'd intended to walk for miles--
waylaid by daisies.
By Geoffrey Philp 3 months ago in Poets
Below is my entry into Paul Stewart's Most and Least Favourite Words Challenge. Here's his link. Join in.
Paul gave us all a challenge.
By Cathy holmes3 days ago in Poets
Diverse rhythms, life's own art,
Echoes endure time,
In challenges, strength takes flight,
Vibrant hearts weave life's sublime.
By Printique Studios6 days ago in Poets
Two dollars. Most often, two dollars is not going to make the difference between “winning” and “losing” in business…but it sure can be! $2 can be the difference between making a profit and a loss on a specific transaction… and on a specific customer interaction. Two dollars can also be the difference between retaining a customer and losing a customer for good. In that instance, that two dollars is really worth a whole lot more than just two simple one-dollar bills. In fact, that two dollars can end-up costing the organization a far more than just two bucks, perhaps hundreds, thousands, or even more! If you lose a customer, and his/her/their business and thus, the future revenue stream you could have garnered from that individual/entity, you can cost your enterprise a whole lot more - many, many multiples of two dollars!
By David Wyld4 days ago in Feast