Suzanne Hayasaki

Gold Star - 6,475 Points (October 4,1966)

Suzanne Hayasaki Poems

161. The Next Man 7/26/2016
162. A Domestic Man 7/28/2016
163. Spirit 8/4/2016
164. Safe Place 8/6/2016
165. Stages 8/7/2016
166. Too Much For You 8/11/2016
167. August In Japan 8/13/2016
168. Sonnet 106 Revisited 8/19/2016
169. On The Lake 8/30/2016
170. Not A Fan 8/30/2016
171. He's Gone 3/29/2016
172. Let Go 3/31/2016
173. Love Like Your Mother 9/7/2016
174. Max's Graduation 9/19/2016
175. Shake Me 10/2/2016
176. Realistic Dickinson 10/4/2016
177. Live Simply 10/6/2016
178. Settle Like Sediment 11/13/2016
179. Solace 11/17/2016
180. The Weight 2/13/2017
181. Yokohama 4/24/2017
182. Every Blessing 1/23/2017
183. Eternally Shifting 7/21/2017
184. The Constant Peril 7/23/2017
185. Desdemona's Lament 1/20/2018
186. The Feminine 3/6/2018
187. She Walks In Fire 3/22/2018
188. Puzzle Box 4/2/2018
189. Nourish Me 4/3/2018
190. Walks With Emily 4/29/2018
191. Whispering Leaves 5/19/2018
192. In The Agora 7/2/2018
193. Emily's Turn (After Billy Collins) 7/26/2018
194. Shoveling Snow With Billy Collins 8/6/2018
195. My Beloved's Face 8/17/2018
196. The Acacia Tree 9/14/2018
197. The Lemon And The Mason Jar 9/21/2018
198. Release Me 10/2/2018
199. At The Gates 11/6/2018
200. My Answer To Sonnet 29 12/29/2018

Comments about Suzanne Hayasaki

  • Glen Kappy Glen Kappy (8/11/2018 10:56:00 AM)

    For you who may be new to Suzanne’s poetry, she is simply one of the best poets posting in PH. Read just a few poems, and you’ll find a consistent and recognizeable voice. Read on and you’ll find a thoughtful woman with a good portion of humor in her perspective and soul. -Glen Kappy

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  • Subhas Chandra Chakra Subhas Chandra Chakra (3/27/2018 9:37:00 AM)

    I am amazed at the beauty of your poetry.
    May God bless you with hundreds of autumns to carry on this path of poetry.

  • Rajnish Manga Rajnish Manga (3/5/2017 9:43:00 PM)

    I have read some of the poems of Suzanne Hayasaki and felt mesmerized by their beauty. Even the complex feelings and emotions have been expressed with such a great finesse that it lands on the reader's heart gently but leaving a profound impact. My Best Wishes. Thanks.

  • Tony Kavuoti Tony Kavuoti (10/25/2015 9:20:00 PM)

    Love your poetry, you are so preternatural, such of an naked, authentic and profound insights with an enchantingflow.

  • Roland Bastien (12/7/2008 1:11:00 PM)

    Bonjour Suzanne.

    how do you do? I still have in my memory our beautiful communication. I miss you. I cannot get access to your poems this time.

  • James B. Earley (5/15/2008 7:51:00 AM)

    An extraordinary writer of depth, and sophistication!

  • Emancipation Planz (5/9/2008 5:27:00 PM)

    Simply put... this poetesse is charm, brilliance and delight...

Best Poem of Suzanne Hayasaki

Trust The Universe

I must trust the universe.
I must take my cue from the stars:
I must listen to the infinite wisdom
Hidden in their shining silence.

Everything that must be, will be
In its own time, of its own mind.
I am meant to sit in witness,
To observe, to learn, to accept.

The more I try to assert my will,
The more I flail in my own failings.
The more I question and doubt,
The more my spirit seeps out.

I may seem remote.
I may appear cold.
I may hold myself separate
From the ripples of panic
Flowing out from so many souls.

I simply ...

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The Reclining Years

A pair of deck chairs sat in the sun
In the flagging heat of a late August evening
Grieving the fact that the summer had come and gone
Which meant that their days of lazing poolside
Were about to come to a yet again expected end.
Soon they would be carried away to the shed
Doomed to live in perpetual darkness until June.

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