Eternity Waits -a set of haiku

You gave me your hand

roses bloomed in the desert

and I lost my mind


River runs to sea

confluence waits eagerly

oblivion waits


Tumultuous sea

dark sky embraces the waves

horizon waits dawn


As gentle waves crash

hot sands wait the cooling touch

thirst unquenchable


Eternity waits

roses fragrance desert nights

time has no meaning

featured image by the author.

Mountains to Sand Dunes: 3 Line Tales

To fulfill Pharaoh’s ambition for immortality, thousands gave their lives
reducing mountains to pyramids.
We express our surprise where all those stones came from in the deserts.
Sand dunes, miniature pyramids themselves shifting in the winds, hide the secrets.


Three line poem, maximum 100 words, based on the photo above