Minimalist Genre Poetry #1

I am the author of the following published genre poetry. Enjoy!

sunspots erupt
corruption
the Spring of change
……………..[scifaiku published in SCIFAIKUEST (print edition) Feb. 2015]

orange listened
purple imagined
inhuman Spring
……………..[scifaiku published in SCIFAIKUEST (print edition) Feb. 2015]

aliens at war
human diplomacy
winter becomes Spring
……………..[scifaiku published in SCIFAIKUEST (print edition) May 2015]

a purple sunflower
floating
awakening others
……………..[scifaiku published in SCIFAIKUEST (print edition) August 2015]

a frozen planet
sailing
forbidden seas
……………..[scifaiku published in SCIFAIKUEST (Online edition) Aug. 2015]

luminous arc of gas
exposing
a coven on Betelgeuse
……………..[scifaiku published in SCIFAIKUEST (print edition) Nov. 2015]

on a pool of glass
fingerprints
erasing the ghost
……………..[scifaiku published in SCIFAIKUEST (Online edition) Nov. 2015]

soul harvest
creating
witch extinction
……………..[scifaiku published in SCIFAIKUEST (print edition) Nov. 2015]

spaceship descent
thawing
invisible matter
……………..[scifaiku published in SCIFAIKUEST (Online edition) Nov. 2015]

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SciFaiku Review: SciFaiku #22 – A View to Wonder

SciFaiku Review

SciFaiku (Science Fiction haiku) is a form of poetry inspired by Japanese Haiku.

SciFaiku poems are short, minimalistic, poems about science and science fiction.
The poems are usually three lines and around 17 syllables.

Join me in exploring this field of poetry.  Send your scifaiku to hyperlight@hyperwarp.com and I will feature them here.  (subject: Scifaiku)

#22 – A View to Wonder

Starlight and moon dust

the long arm of the galaxy

a view to wonder

via space.com

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