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S: Semmaster's Thoughts

BC: Semmaster's Thoughts

FC: S E M M A S T E R 'S | W O R L D | O F | HAIKU | steven eugene miller

1: Haiku is a shortened Japanese form of poetry. The writer has 17 or fewer syllables which to convey an experience, usually about nature, weather or way of life. The sequence follows as five-seven-five lines (5-syllables 7 syllables-5 syllables). | 1

2: Haiku is a shortened Japanese form of poetry. The writer has 17 or fewer syllables which to convey an experience, usually about nature, weather or way of life. The sequence follows as five-seven-five lines (5-syllables 7 syllables-5 syllables). | 1

4: Semmaster added his own special touch to this ancient Japanese form of prose by placing three haiku under one heading. With that said, sit back and enjoy Semmaster's World... | 2

5: EARTH | Earth covers my grave Blinded by dirt from the ground From ashes to dust | 3

6: Semmaster added his own special touch to this ancient Japanese form of prose by placing three haiku under one heading. With that said, sit back and enjoy Semmaster's World... | 2

7: EARTH | Earth covers my grave Blinded by dirt from the ground From ashes to dust | 3

8: Semmaster added his own special touch to this ancient Japanese form of prose by placing three haiku under one heading. With that said, sit back and enjoy Semmaster's World... | 2

9: EARTH | Earth covers my grave Blinded by dirt from the ground From ashes to dust | 3

10: Semmaster added his own special touch to this ancient Japanese form of prose by placing three haiku under one heading. With that said, sit back and enjoy Semmaster's World... | 2

11: EARTH | Earth covers my grave Blinded by dirt from the ground From ashes to dust | 3

12: Universal trust In something you cannot see Wisdom of the mind | 4

13: From the sea comes birth From the womb a child is born Into life comes man | 5

14: Universal trust In something you cannot see Wisdom of the mind | 4

15: From the sea comes birth From the womb a child is born Into life comes man | 5

16: Universal trust In something you cannot see Wisdom of the mind | 4

17: From the sea comes birth From the womb a child is born Into life comes man | 5

18: WIND | God's breath into man Sustaining life through small puffs Birth of all mankind | 6

19: Gusts of air burst through Engulfing the winds of time Forever changing | 7

20: WIND | God's breath into man Sustaining life through small puffs Birth of all mankind | 6

21: Gusts of air burst through Engulfing the winds of time Forever changing | 7

22: WIND | God's breath into man Sustaining life through small puffs Birth of all mankind | 6

23: Gusts of air burst through Engulfing the winds of time Forever changing | 7

24: Seagulls soaring on A blanket of God's linen Spreading love on wings | 8

25: 9

26: Seagulls soaring on A blanket of God's linen Spreading love on wings | 8

27: 9

28: Seagulls soaring on A blanket of God's linen Spreading love on wings | 8 | 8

29: 9 | Seagulls soaring on A blanket of God's linen Spreading love on wings | 9

30: FIRE | A fire controlled Is a thing of great beauty God's fingers at work | 10

31: Five flickers of flame Is as a choir singing Songs unto the Lord | 11

32: FIRE | A fire controlled Is a thing of great beauty God's fingers at work | 10

33: Five flickers of flame Is as a choir singing Songs unto the Lord | 11

34: FIRE | A fire controlled Is a thing of great beauty God's fingers at work | 10

35: Five flickers of flame Is as a choir singing Songs unto the Lord | 11

36: Flames out of control Is Satan's release, ablaze Waiting to rule Earth | 12

37: 13 | fires

38: Flames out of control Is Satan's release, ablaze Waiting to rule Earth | 12

39: 13 | fires

40: Flames out of control Is Satan's release, ablaze Waiting to rule Earth | 12

41: 13 | fires

42: 14 | of

43: 15 | HELL

44: 14 | of

45: 15 | HELL

46: 14 | of

47: 15 | HELL

48: DREAMS | Visions of my mind Dancing on pirouette toes Swirling in circles | 16

49: Sight without vision Darkness reigns over conscience A nightmarish dream | 17

50: DREAMS | Visions of my mind Dancing on pirouette toes Swirling in circles | 16

51: Sight without vision Darkness reigns over conscience A nightmarish dream | 17

52: DREAMS | Visions of my mind Dancing on pirouette toes Swirling in circles | 16

53: Sight without vision Darkness reigns over conscience A nightmarish dream | 17

54: One man's vision to See over the mountain top Martin Luther King | 18

55: SUMMER | Summer breeze flowing Across the lake in my mind Calm, soothing the soul | 19

56: One man's vision to See over the mountain top Martin Luther King | 18

57: SUMMER | Summer breeze flowing Across the lake in my mind Calm, soothing the soul | 19

58: One man's vision to See over the mountain top Martin Luther King | 18

59: SUMMER | Summer breeze flowing Across the lake in my mind Calm, soothing the soul | 19

60: The sights and sounds of A summer solstice remains In Semmaster's Thoughts | 20

61: The sun emulates The reflection of God's face Shimmering deep love | 21

62: The sights and sounds of A summer solstice remains In Semmaster's Thoughts | 20

63: The sun emulates The reflection of God's face Shimmering deep love | 21

64: The sights and sounds of A summer solstice remains In Semmaster's Thoughts | 20

65: The sun emulates The reflection of God's face Shimmering deep love | 21

66: SUNSET | The lids of mine eyes Gradually takes slumber For another night | 22

67: After a hard day My soul thirsts for peace of mind God eases my heart | 23

68: SUNSET | The lids of mine eyes Gradually takes slumber For another night | 22

69: After a hard day My soul thirsts for peace of mind God eases my heart | 23

70: SUNSET | The lids of mine eyes Gradually takes slumber For another night | 22

71: After a hard day My soul thirsts for peace of mind God eases my heart | 23

72: God blankets the earth As a man closes his eyes To dream of sunsets | 24

73: God's Bestowment | God's breath into man Exhales life into flowers Pollination lives | 25

74: Bees' love for flowers Is as heavenly as God's Creation of man | 26

75: Need I say more of This beautiful masterpiece Crafted by HIS HAND! | 27

76: The Path | The long winding road Seems to be never ending As the soul of man | 28

77: The path I must take To enter into glory Begins at the shore | 29

78: The path narrows as We age and become older Not always wiser | 30

79: 31

80: SUNRISE | Eastward comes the dawn From the Atlantic Westward To the Pacific | 32

81: The moon beams brightest Just before the break of dawn Prelude to new day | 33

82: October Nineteenth, Two Thousand Eight, A New Dawn, New Years, Hopes and Dreams! | 34

83: 35

84: CAPE FEAR | 36 | The Mighty Cape Fear Black water river of death God's Recycling Plant | Semmaster's Thoughts

85: 37 | Rushing waves knows no Bounds in inclement weather Cape Fear is now calm

86: The raging Cape Fear Has taken so many lives The Master sees all | 38

87: VETERANS | Men so proud to serve So down on luck when released Give a helping hand | 39

88: The land of the brave The homeless men and women Who fought so bravely | Home Sweet Home | 40

89: It's always darkest Just before you separate The Military | 41

90: GOD'S | Embraced My lover Angel says "This is Your Wife" I did not want her | LOVE | 42

91: I fear not a thing | But I''m afraid of the Lord | In Fear There Is Love | 43 | Baby Steven

92: For God So Loved Me That He blessed me with Kyong Hui THANK YOU DEAR JESUS! | 44

93: GOD | SO | LOVED | THE | WORLD | 45

94: 46 | Calm | before

95: 47 | The Storm

96: Reap What... | 48

97: You Sow... | 49

98: My Mother My Heart | 50 | Semmaster Loves

99: My Father My Lungs | 51

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Steven Eugene Miller
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  • Title: Semmaster's World of Haiku
  • Haiku is a minimalist form of poetry. The writer has 17 or fewer syllables through which to convey an experience, usually about nature, weather or way of life. The sequence follows as five-seven-five lines (5-syllables 7-syllables-5-syllables). Semmaster added his own special touch on this ancient Japanese form of prose by placing three of them under one heading.
  • Tags: haiku, poetry, prose
  • Published: over 7 years ago

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