Monthly Archives: March 2015

morning rain

The birds sing loudest here Near six AM Now in the soft rain The doves The Apapane The red blossoms The falling sound of rain Thru Tree Ferns big As houses The drift of cloud Over the Ohia trees  where … Continue reading

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Haiku from Kilauea 

Even in the rainThis forest a lush poemOf ferns and flowers  -wrensong

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Dawn Fire

Deep in Kilauea’s cauldron The lake of molten lava churns and steams, Under the glowing dawn We are small and restless Creatures rapt On the breast of fire. -wrensong

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Fire to Flame – a typewriter poem

 – wrensong from the forested flank of Mauna Loa

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Light and Shadow



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A Few Questions  – a typewriter poem



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Clearing – a typewriter poem



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Sometimes its so odd….

…how a poem comes. Yesterday, or the day before, I woke early as I usually do, before light thinking about poems and these words floated full into my head: Imagine! The pomegranates are so red Even the kookaburras Are laughing. … Continue reading

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Ghost Birds

Are there poems Somewhere Speak of how light May sometimes Capture even The wild mind Of birds In flight? -wrensong

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What Color – a typewriter poem

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