Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Beauty awakens God/dess said the mysterious Princess Haiku


Why do I return
again and Again
to your altar.

Resplendent in your reflection,

I discover a mysterious
Solitary Us/twin
goddess Dispersed pearl.

Your real name.
Truth is this; your skin
Your beauty, spirit

Speaks on me- to me.

Moon/ clouded cratered
Lake of mind in her
Gorgeous tristesse

February 3, 2008

Beauty awakens God/dess


Moon River said...

Indeed this enigmatic splendid Moon – we keep on coming back to, so it seems for centuries.
May this mystery keep on nourish our dreams and fantasies for as long as human kind will exists

Indeterminacy said...

Sorry to hear you're not feeling well. Hope you'll be up to par soon!

Thanks for stopping by - I've finished a lot of extracurricular writing I slated myself to do, and will start up with stories again soon.

Bob Dylan said...

gorgeous -- I have been doing a lot more moon watching these past weeks, great poem.

Absolute Vanilla (& Atyllah) said...

Oh, this is so lovely. I'm always captivated by what the moon evokes - though sometimes I do wish its energy didn't disturb me quite so much at full moon time.

Do so hope you're feeling a bit better.

rochambeau said...

Amazing Princess H. Both your words and photographs.
I'm a Moon maiden in more ways than one.
Thank you for a beautiful post.

Princess Haiku said...

Thanks Bob, Vanilla and Rochambeau.

The Dream said...

Gorgeous words and photos, Princess! How fitting - I was just outside checking out Miss Moon myself. I return to the alter as well. The moon and the water - perfection. There is nothing like being anchored out (sailboat), laying on deck in the moonlight and watching the reflection dance upon the rippling water. Thanks for stopping by my blog - great to hear from you and to be back here again!

Anna said...

Such a lovely post, Princess.

d. chedwick bryant said...

Take Care of yourself, proper healing takes time. Wish I could stop by with some chicken soup.

DeLi said...

a poem that bew me away!

thank you for passing my place...your comments are heartwarming!

Bellezza said...

My favorite line is the last: gorgeous tristesse. Do many people even know how sadness can be gorgeous? I doubt it.

goatman said...

Wondering whether that eclipse was possible from our planet, I decided it wasn't. Must be from a place with another sun.
I like your poem.

Anonymous said...

This - poem and pics - remind me of how I feel before Her.

Thank you.