Mountain Cream Haikus

Five poems feast on her cream eyes.

Published by Michael Sean Erickson

I write, act, and produce films in Los Angeles. Everything else is conjecture.

4 thoughts on “Mountain Cream Haikus

    1. I believe that they do. Soul is the anima of matter. She is the breath that gives matter movement and life. The snow soul moves (or “gives life to”) snow. We call this snow soul “wind,” but of course wind can be defined as air soul. Regardless, if soul is behind every movement or “life” in nature, and if souls do dream, then snow drifts dream. My sense is that nature is alive, and that with our eyes opened we can see the abundance of life in everything. I am not a pagan. I do not deify nature, but I can sense the hidden life in all things that otherwise seem not to be living.

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      1. I just started reading the book “The Tao of Physics” – I bet you would find it very interesting! I think you are right, “matter is alive!”

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