A Haiku, Life Renewed

I am now on a kick of spring haikus; I can’t help it. Here is another spring-related haiku that came to mind this morning. Nature’s ebb and flowSong birds wake the dormant lifeLife on Earth renewed Let me know what you think!Thanks for reading!Travis Travis J. McRoy 2021 All Rights Reserved

A Poem, The Devil visits

I wrote this poem alongside a chapter introduction of my upcoming novel. I had just finished the chapter introduction and the character dialogue when the below poem fell into place, so I just went with the flow.I’ve added the chapter introduction and the dialogue directly after the poem to give more context. In short, aContinue reading “A Poem, The Devil visits”

A Haiku, The Critters

I was creek fishing a few years ago, and I cast my line upstream and noticed what looked like a skinny log coming towards me. I stepped to the side to let it pass by and saw it slither in the stream. It was a snake. I said to myself, “hmm, that was interesting,” andContinue reading “A Haiku, The Critters”

A Haiku, The Sun

So here is another spring haiku that I wrote this morning. It is in the 50’s today, and it’s easy to notice the impact the sun has on dormant life. Dormant life renewedThe sun kisses God’s creaturesExuberance reigns Let me know what you think!Thanks for reading!Travis Travis J. McRoy 2021 All Rights ReservedImage by Tim Hill from Pixabay 

A Haiku, The Windows

I’m sorry, I can’t help it. I have to keep the spring haiku train rolling, so here is another one I thought of this morning: Music to our earsBountiful sounds of natureOpen windows bask Let me know what you think!Thanks for reading!Travis Travis J. McRoy 2021 All Rights Reserved Image by Oberholster Venita from Pixabay 

A Haiku, The Rain

I just thought of this haiku last night as I was staring out my office window. I could see lightning in the distance and a little rumble of thunder. Shortly after the lightning, it started to rain. Taps on the rooftopLightning dances with vengeanceThe clouds start to weep Let me know what you think!Thanks forContinue reading “A Haiku, The Rain”

A Haiku, The Bats

I was working outside last summer, and nightfall was coming. Where I live, there are some large boulders on the side of the hills that pretty much serve as caves. While I was loading my wheelbarrow, I heard a collective sound of chirps, so I stopped to listen. It was a giant swarm of batsContinue reading “A Haiku, The Bats”