Empty Dreams

sleepily thinking of you
reaching out my hand towards
the empty place by my side
knowing your thoughts
are not longer with me

Apart

moon
colourless
so far, so near
lovers
apart

Tanka: Night Walk

dreaming – night walk through
landscapes of otherness
your hand in mine
come, listen to heartbeats
feel my tune, see my thoughts

Tanka is a form of Japanese poetry, similar to Haiku, but older and consisting of max. 5-7-5-7-7 Syllables.

Haiku: After Sunset

starry summer night
don’t you hear my song anymore
sad melancholy

Haiku: Night’s Clarity

distant tune creeping
into flesh, night’s clarity
throbbing heartbeat hurts

 

Haiku: Clearing

spring air, clearing fog
restless strolling through blue night
sharp vision, soft dream

 

Haiku: Setting Sun

setting sun, moon rise
walk into a wakeful night
silenced daydreams

 

 

Tanka: Mute Utterance

thawing snow, moist eyes
stormy new moon, starry night
sensing your heart beat

remote caress, motionless
endearing utterance, mute

Tanka is a form of Japanese poetry, similar to Haiku, but older and consisting of 5-7-5-7-7 Syllables.

submitted to Poetry Potluck, thanks Jingle for hosting 🙂

Haiku: Black Night

new moon, black night chill
deep touching, close encounter
switching off the love

 

Haiku: Good Night

moon light, good night kiss
gentle embrace, tender joy
bittersweetest dream

 

Haiku: Moon Light

dancing through snow flakes
hazy moon light, tender kiss
a dream‘s melody

 

Haiku: Let’s Dream!

c‘mon, let‘s steal words
dance to starlight melodies
dream in black and white

 

Haiku: White Plain

starry night, white plain
winter trail, dark traces
walking through void dreams

 

Haiku: Crisp Dawn

blue chill, need to breathe
in a heartbeat dreams come true
crisp pink dawn, fresh tune

Haiku: Motionless

white flakes, motionless
blue erring realities
nightly melodies