Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel Black

Gold Star - 5,701 Points (July 12,1952 / New York City)

Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel Black Poems

1. Sonnet On A View 9/2/2008
2. Requiem: 'The Last Poem' 9/6/2008
3. Iridescent Mirror Haiku 9/6/2008
4. Muse Haiku 9/7/2008
5. Ever Changing Haiku 9/7/2008
6. Two Sides Of The Coin Haiku 9/7/2008
7. Mon Ami 9/6/2008
8. Satisfaction Haiku 9/9/2008
9. Koi Haiku 9/10/2008
10. Joy Haiku 9/10/2008
11. Night Queen Haiku 9/10/2008
12. Reed Haiku 9/10/2008
13. Under The Weather Haiku 9/10/2008
14. Venus Haiku 9/10/2008
15. X Marks The Spot Haiku 9/10/2008
16. Zzz Haiku 9/10/2008
17. Writting A To Z Haiku 9/10/2008
18. Only Love Haiku 9/10/2008
19. Tanka: World In A Pond 9/12/2008
20. Tanka: Is Love In Your Future? 9/13/2008
21. Tanka: Raining On Sunny Pines 9/13/2008
22. Tanka: Crystal Soul 9/14/2008
23. Tanka: Legacy Of Cycles 9/14/2008
24. Tanka: Silvery Blessings Of Ch'Ango 9/15/2008
25. Tanka: Upon Lofty Climes 9/29/2008
26. Tanka: Samhain Spirits 9/29/2008
27. Tanka: Pastoral Rhapsody 10/7/2008
28. Luna's Release 10/7/2008
29. Knots 10/10/2008
30. Entitled 10/10/2008
31. Triangle 10/11/2008
32. Tanka: Spiral Dancers 10/12/2008
33. Wishful Thinking Haiku 10/13/2008
34. Tanka: Mystic Path 10/13/2008
35. Tanka: Angels 10/13/2008
36. Tanka: Life In A Cosmos 10/14/2008
37. Sylvan Ruler Haiku 10/15/2008
38. Misty Roundup Haiku 10/16/2008
39. Tanka: Karmic Debt 10/16/2008
40. Tanka: Flower Of Life 10/16/2008
Best Poem of Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel Black

Rainbow In Motion Haiku

Red, orange, yellow

green, blue, indigo- violet

mystic vision arcs


Red, orange yellow

green blue indigo follow

graceful violet glows



Red orange yellow

green blue indigo follow

violet rainbow mists


Shy crescent appears

lifting happy spirits soar

listen to my wish


Lively prism light

enchanting rainbow delights

brightly dance then hides


Sunbow or rainbow

Heaven's mysteries parting

Iris's raiment


Painting in rainbows

fairies alight gems ...

Read the full of Rainbow In Motion Haiku

The Bell

The world in my garden is peopled
in many hues
a riot of colors from brown
to crystal dew.

These people hide behind their masks
or turn in modesty
some look towards the Sun
and bask in majesty

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