It’s a sour, succulent Saturday ( Senryū) Toh HL gave an excuse that his neighbour’s Dukung are sour this season because of the lock down.
Originally posted on Develop. Inspire. Transform.:
Photo by Evgeni Tcherkasski on Unsplash AnEmpty spaceFull of grace, and Solitude CreatedFor the multitudes Of humanity We each shareIn this blessingWhich awaits A discovery Upon the recoveryOf our true Nature Which isQuite compelling,And, yes, often telling A thing forgotten,Yet not begotten, no Rather, a reservoirFull of light, andAlways…
Covid-19 scares: Cough, Cough! Somebody’s coughing?- a poem about heightened sensitivity to the sound of a cough.
Have you seen the moon? is a poem about a pink supermoon, that flows with the song ‘Have you ever seen the rain?’
“Leisure” by William Henry Davies – Toh HL wants to live his remaining ‘bit of life’ as expressed in this poem “Leisure”.
The swiftlets’ hotel -is about expensive bird nests, swiftlets, it’s hotel, and saliva-made-nests.
Tourism: of decors and assurance- is about tourism decorations and security.
When seven fairies meet- is a poem (haiku) and a metaphor of putting all heads together to solve problems.
Missing Togetherness on a Thursday!- is a poem about missing playing together at outdoor spaces during Covid times.
Tourism: of decors and assurance This poem is about tourism, the street decorations that still linger post festivities, and the assuring sight of police presence! Quotes:- “You don’t have to be rich to travel well.” – Eugene Fodor “Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” ― Gustave Flaubert