tiny poems

Here you will find some very short poems, with something of the falvour of haiku.  There might be a temptation to gobble them all down at one sitting.  It is best to resist this and savour one little poem at each sitting.  New poems are added to the bottom of the list.

Some of these poems have been read and commented upon by Andy, as episodes of the In a Nutshell series.

soft clouds

fruit

well worn

dog laps at puddle

fertile terraces

incoming tide

espresso galaxy

moonshine

tear

drinking tea

flash

somewhere

sun glints

no rush

magic

for lovers

for the monk

banking flock

just sitting

moonlight on ocean

ah! just so

eyes open

tis god for sure

words

a moment

beholding

black rocks

blank page

crêpe skirt

dawn ray

deep brown eyes

desert twilight

dry riverbed

fluttering leaves

life

mountain peaks

can we dance?

tasting existence

watching clouds

remnants of snow

silhouetted birdsong

tailor’s floor

into emptiness

cleavage

shy buddha


You will find some more poetry on the longer poems page.