Four Haikus (stone, wood, flesh, light)


your body sculpted

alabaster surfaces

inviting my touch


following the grain

down the wavy swirling path

of the daywalker


ashes mix with rain

when calcified desire burns

stone made wood made flesh


you and I like light

tracing wavetops to bare feet

toeing into sand


About Ray Sharp

Father, poet, triathlete, local public health planner
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