Cradled Sunbeams

The Haiku for peace quest continues

A Thousand Healing Haiku

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orb of light
branches cradle sunbeams
until they dance

cradled sunbeams
light dances lost optimism
puts on winter gloves

winter gloves
cradle frozen fingers
reaching for warm

cradle sunbeams
until they dance spring
goodbye winter gloves

(c) Words and Image, June Perkins

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Nature’s Eyes Cry

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todays webs hang
raindrops of possibility
as nature’s eyes cry

storms trembling trees
see past forest’s danger
as nature’s eyes cry

footpaths gather prints
dance for lost youth dreaming
as nature’s eyes dry


Image and Words by June Perkins


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Three Haiku on Crow

Continuing my Haiku Quest to 1000, at 21, want to join me, send an original haiku of your own for healing and I’ll consider posting it at this blog.

A Thousand Healing Haiku

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Even for her
Crow singing tuneless
Missing the upbeat

Crow swoops house
Sorrows at my morning
Fate is a song

Winter crow songs
leave me sighing
for summer long gone

June Perkins

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Can Poetry Heal the World?

God has left a toe
nail clipping on the best
blue velvet bedspread.

By Shawn Bird

Do you think poetry can heal the world? I do if it comes from the heart.
Thanks to Shawn for participating in my Thousand Haiku Healing Quest.

To read more of  Shawn’s beautiful Haiku work visit
You can find out more about this healing poetry project Thousand Haiku Healing Quest HERE