Author Archives: alaindesade

About alaindesade

Novelist, songwriter and philosopher. Has special interest in human relations, evolution of mind, inter-cultural complications, and the concept of God.

Vulcanize

Love breaks Like the dawn Sets you free Vulcanize your heart. … Love breaks Like flower petals Breaks you Vulcanize your soul. … Love breaks New and old, leaves you Breathless That’s its joy Dawn breaks fresh. … Vulcanize Ready … Continue reading

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Gauze

Alone note struck The last of winter birds sings A piano plays note A grove – suspended silence A rose awaits the end of gauze. … December 28, 2020

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A ballad of a lonely raindrop!

This poem is an experimentation with Haiku and Tanka forms. It is also a reflection on the year of the pandemic as the year draws closer to its end. A storm passed? Let’s hope. … Lonely raindrop left An angry … Continue reading

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A Christmas Haiku

As I hear the news of vaccine successes, couldn’t help but be hopeful and wondered if the Christmas miracle this year is a happier New Year. So, I wrote this simple Haiku hoping we will have happier times ahead. … … Continue reading

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Celerity

Celerity The word of the day … Celerity The word of the ages … Celerity Is today’s word … With celerity The unseen visitor makes It’s calls on houses Unsuspecting Innocents Rides in Its waves … With celerity The unseen … Continue reading

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Letters

I write to you A love letter Every day, Not posted On my table They stack, A monument To love And fear, What might be Your reply! … December 7, 2020

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Daughter

She arrived unexpectedly Bundle of joy to a broken heart Blue green eyes looking. … She cried and she walked Now the broken heart misses its cure Little birds must fly. … She arrived unexpectedly Years later back from a … Continue reading

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Mother sings

Child cries in the night Afraid of darkness That looms. … She sings for the child A lullaby calm Silence. … Child cries in the night Calming lullaby She sings. … A mothering sound She utters loving Words calm. … … Continue reading

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Call unanswered – Haiku 3

It rings endlessly Patience has left last pose Echos dinner hear last. … November 30, 2020

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Call unanswered – Haiku 2

It rings endlessly Your call is unanswered Hear echos in my head. … November 30, 2020

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