Sunday, January 28, 2007

Three Motorcycle Haiku (Baiku)

Those good vibrations
Rolling through the Portneuf Gap
Into summer sun

swinging to saddle
erases life distractions
road and man are one

her hands grip my chest
orgasmic pulsings subside
power out of curve

Haiku are Japanese form poems that adhere to a seventeen syllable count, five in the first and third lines and seven syllables in the second. Traditional haiku ususally deal with nature and the seasons. I write about bikes and riding so I call mine "Baiku". These I've done for fun. If you want to read more Motorcycle Haiku go here here.

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