Somewhere between the lines

Why I write Haiku

Gaze at the page etched
somewhere between lines lay my
own innate wisdom


Nicole Jones Alston
Haiku No.333
Sun still shines, gone now
Mother was the brightest star
in my Galaxy

Nicole Jones Alston

Haiku No.333
Sun still shines, gone now
Mother was the brightest star
in my Galaxy

Nicole Jones Alston

Crow Moon

One day it will have to be officially admitted that what we have christened reality is an even greater illusion than the world of dreams.

—Salvador Dali

Everybody wears their hunger and their haunt…

—True Detective HBO Ep3

Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself, or from holding certain views which others find inadmissible.

Memories, Dreams, Reflections

Carl G. Jung

The raven is symbolic of mind, thought and wisdom according to Norse legend, as their god Odin was accompanied by two ravens: Hugin who represented the power of thought and active search for information. The other raven, Mugin represented the mind, and its ability to intuit meaning rather than hunting for it.

jones-haikus:

Haiku No.254
Surface so placid
Amorphous clouds swell, churn
tempest storm within

Nicole Jones Alston

jones-haikus:

Haiku No.254
Surface so placid
Amorphous clouds swell, churn
tempest storm within

Nicole Jones Alston

Haiku No.329
What I once thought me
Washed up with the black debris
Tsunami purged me

Nicole Jones Alston

Haiku No.331
Ever Changing face
of the Moon, cycles on round
Full buds bloom and wilt

Nicole Jones Alston

Haiku No.330
Owl within my heart
Coughs Up white Chrysanthemum
Pellets, digest love

Nicole Jones Alston