Jesus Chameleon

| A Place for Poesy | Reviewed by PSA and AAP

Haiku by Jesus Chameleon 

Haiku by Jesus Chameleon

 

 

the last quarter moon…

both feet in broken buskins

a man bicycling

 

oxygen machine

a brother rests for the night–

tropical zephyr

 

octave of easter

local potato salad–

purple sky at dawn

 

 falling waterfall... 
 a lententide pilgrimage 
 nigh the omega  
 
 Copyright (c) Unpublished 2014, U.S.A. 
 

Lyric Poems by Jesus Chameleon 


globose moon

children play while avocados flower

the holidays pass

 

full moon rises...

white marshmallow

turtle hunches forward

 

how sweet the taste

of cotton candy---

carnival

 

oak moon...

a white wall

white roses had decorated!

 

nippy moon...

toys have paraded

to the end

 

memorable full moon...

turtle crawled

onto cotton candy

 

full moon...

air balloons move fast

which parade like toys that process

 

 

Jesus Chameleon from the Pacific, Winter 2013.

(untitled lyric poems), Copyright (c) Unpublished 2014, U.S.A.