Photosynthesis

Winter is looming, Acid rain fouling the ground Populace booming. Foliage much that’s dead, Sleeping with the time of year, Leaving much to dread. Making air so black, Coal ash, gas fumes, toxic waste, Lung cells hurting back. Smoke, fire pits burning, Loss of photosynthesis, Folks just aren’t learning. by Joni Caggiano, Nov. 15, 2019 … Continue reading Photosynthesis

Toxic Water

The great whale will die, eating Islands of plastic, while many don’t care. In a turtle’s nose, lodged within a plastic straw, causing constant pain. Killing the ocean, no cares for the future child, hearts lack devotion. By Joni Caggiano (Three Haikus) 11/13/19 Photo by Joni - Olympus - E520

Autumn Moment

A tree frog sang by the gutter, raindrops still lingering, Prayers coming forth from the praying Carolina mantis, Anoles slowly ascend the dying vines on the porch screen, While the Banded Sphinx moth struggles to free itself, Caught timelessly posing between summer and fall. by Joni Caggiano 11/8/19 Photo courtesy of Husband (Scott Caggiano) iPhone … Continue reading Autumn Moment

The Artist

We live in between our own anxious, gasping breaths, On wonderland that is neither somewhere or nowhere, Up and down lies carefully on its side and dares to think, Within our creative cells and tortured thoughts derive, Pen, brush, music, and lens we work to capture the eyes, Expressing our images with the naked utter … Continue reading The Artist