waiting for epiphany

at home in our white-sided farm house, i’m poised to write as i sit by my small white-laminate study desk in our quiet, white-walled guest room.  bare square of first day of new year on the white-paged calendar stares back at me.  i look out white-framed window before me into our white-drifted snowy grove, hoping for inspiration but mind feels blank, like tv screen white-out.

over past year, i’ve often gazed out this same window, inspired by natural scene of trees with white-sunlit leaves waving in breezes.  i’ve watched white-puffed daydream clouds sail summer skies while squirrels played in the grass, rising on haunches to show white-furred bellies.

why would someone park canoe trailer with white-topped carrier full of life vests right in center of my woodsy window view?  old skeletal metal rack with two aluminum white-stickered canoes mounted upside down and tied with bungee straps distracts my vision.  without the sun, everything feels cold on this white-iced winter day.

 

it’s twenty-twenty

year clear for perfect vision

life needs fresh outlook

 


I wrote this on Jan. 1 and it seems to fit with Bjorn’s “beginning(again)” haibun challenge at dVerse poets pub.

 

 

 

16 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. gillena cox
    Jan 07, 2020 @ 22:03:48

    I pondered that perfect vision aspect for this year, also.
    Happy New Year Lynn
    Thank you for dropping by my blog

    Much🎆love

    Reply

  2. Björn Rudberg (brudberg)
    Jan 07, 2020 @ 15:08:41

    With all those white surfaces … you need the ink of words… and I think you found it when musing.

    Reply

  3. Beverly Crawford
    Jan 07, 2020 @ 10:44:17

    White is featured throughout your beginning…a blank slate waiting for the blaze of color a new year brings! May it be so.

    Reply

  4. kim881
    Jan 07, 2020 @ 03:18:10

    Oh yes, Lynn, we need some 20:20 vision right now!

    Reply

  5. areadingwriter
    Jan 07, 2020 @ 03:18:06

    your detailing took us with you at this particular moment. the haiku leaks of lesson needed for this new decade, Lynn.

    Reply

  6. janicead
    Jan 05, 2020 @ 07:46:40

    There are those days that only the unsightly seems visible. Blessings in the new year.

    Reply

  7. Regine Karpel
    Jan 02, 2020 @ 07:43:39

    Beautiful.

    Reply

  8. David C Brown
    Jan 02, 2020 @ 06:28:18

    Happy New Year to you!
    Look up!

    https://dcbverse.blogspot.com/

    Reply

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