Mountain Clouds Haikus

Five poems hike into the clouds.

Published by Michael Sean Erickson

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

5 thoughts on “Mountain Clouds Haikus

    1. An oxymoron. This suggests the dreamlike quality of this haiku, which is also implied by “hiking into the clouds.” The third line in this haiku – “and nothing beneath” – suggests that in this dreamlike reality everything is elevated. Even the rocks up here are not grounded but, like the fog, up in the air and closer to God, or the sun, or the dream, or whatever constitutes the high point of this reality.

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