Tag Archives: visual haiku

Sky Is Ours.

A bird wing and photographic prints of ocean horizons.

Photo: Your Horizons, a diptych (2016)

Truest Tears are those of Gratitude.
– My Dad

What is a “father’s day” anyways? All them special dates emerging from somewhere like a circus clown sprinkling magic dust upon us.
And what good would that do to mend our wings if the sky is, in facto may have been, confiscated from us.
We are all alike, and we are all unique. Submit to the latter and you’ll know we are also all alone.

Sky is ours. Future is not set in stone.
When you stand in your own truth withstanding the “uni” of the unique.
And look over there, see another one, and plenty more of us with our wings strong in the sun,
just and only then we will
bring heaven down to earth where it belonged all along.

Monochrome Diary, July 2016.


An artwork in progress.
Tiger Daylily Blossoms.

#ownyourshadow, it’s a political act.

An artwork in progress.
Beach grasses at sunset.

Yokohama Monologue

 (aren’t we all) A stranger to oneself.

City buildings at night.
A coffee cup with sugar.

 Uniqueness unites then separates; to, and from, other souls and ourselves.

Crowd outside a building.

 Creativity: serendipitous. All images were photographed with iPhone 6s last night in Yokohama immediately after Mr. Zimmerman performed for the 100th time in Japan.

Grain Haiku


Ocean with Clouds.
Fishing cormorants.
A yacht at a port.
A gardenia blossom.
Foggy sunset with crows.

All images were photographed with iPhone 4s during the hottest days of summer 2015 at sundown. Grainy textures came, mostly from the lack of light, and a slight bit from editing with vscocam.