Roads Meandering roads unexpected twists and turns life is full of them Visions Remembrances tug in every direction juxtaposed visions Memories Memories flutter reach for foggy images dissolve at the touch Safe Spaces We need to retreat safe in our own space impenetrable corners ©2017 Kathleen Stefani and Combing The Catacombs. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of […]Read more "Haiku Redo 55-58"
Nocturnal On The horizon, a nocturnal moon rising hangs in the tired sky Sadness Sadness permeates spreads over me like a blanket No warmth do I feel Souvenirs Souvenirs I kept long ago, when your love was mine hold no meanings now Eden I would eat the fruit picked from the forbidden tree hungry with […]Read more "Haiku Redo 51-54"
Haiku Re-Do 57-60 Logic And Reason Logic and reason are in short supply these days no thinking, just do Tides Tides wash in and out in partnership with […]Read more "Haiku Redo 57-60"
Awed, we wonder. The stones testify, that man created works. Men gone now, but immortalized, in glory they stand; we marvel. Speaking to us in long dead tongues, we need not decipher, to understand their language. Was here they lived and died, leaving monuments behind, the human spirit does not languish, life looks to […]Read more "Monuments Of Men"
We, our planet, a solar system. In a galaxy larger, an even bigger, expanding universe. Searching the unknown, for a sign ∞ ©2017 Kathleen Stefani and Combing The Catacombs. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express written permission from the site’s author is strictly forbidden. Excerpts and links may […]Read more "The Bigger Picture"
Mans Mark Man has left his mark on his fragile home planet a price will be payed Tempest The sea, a tempest rolling swells, violent waves a swirling whirlpool Specks Try and imagine the universe so immense we are but a speck Humans Human kind, unkind the world can be a place hopeless and cruel […]Read more "Haiku Redo 53-56"
Introduction: Patta Fort, or Patta Killa also known as Vishramgad, is a fort situated between Nassik, and Namadngnar in Maharashtra. Shivaji Maharaji once visited and rested there. The residents of Patta Killa, are known as Pattekan; meaning residents of Fort Patta. The height of Patta Fort from sea level is approximately 1,392 meters or 4,566 […]Read more "Guest Post: Patta Fort, Marahasta, India"