Most Propitious Haiku – Poetical, Archaic Words

Pawel Markiewicz

weird of afterglow
pearler singing song of moon
breaks sea-solitude

matutinal sun
keel swimming to new island
laden with the pearls

under summer moon
a pearl in dreamy gull’s beak
marine wizardry

when the tide is out
pearl diver is fetching pearls
from sunken vessel

the morning red sky
the pearl diver on board ship
singing ferrymen’s ayres

ayre = Br. archaic = lay

seaweed under sea
with the most propitious pearls
hidden by seaman

Pawel Markiewicz was born 1983 in Poland (Siemiatycze) . He published his English haikus as well as short poems in the best literary magazines of world such as: Ginyu (Tokio) , Atlas Poetica (USA) or The Cherita (UK). Recently he has published some poems in by Tajmahal Review (India) and Better Than Starbucks (USA) . He published furthermore his poems and prosa in Internet: Blog Nostics – to wit his mystical flash- the Druid…about fungi… Pawel has published more than 50 poems in German in Germany and Austria and 3 chapbooks in Polish in Poland. His experimental poem will be published in South Africa 2019. 

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