Synchronize with the nature order of life
When we think of harmony we usually think of sound, music. The tight connection, when right, is very pleasing to the ear. But as we’ve seen, harmony can be a synchronicity. It can be a balance of the cosmos where all the planets align. It is the syncopation of two hearts making one sound (again with the sound!). Harmony can be a point/counter-point, or it could be a precise mating of two things, true and equal. Think of how harmony comes into play in your world and write that thought into a poem!
CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH CLASS (a Naani)
make-ups, cultures, and creeds
learning the language
through laughter and love.
© Marie Elena Good, 2019
WALT’S HARMONIOUS HAIBUN:
SUNSET SONATA, by Walter J Wojtanik
The moon has long since crested, ready to rest in the bosom of day. Silence is the aria of morning, forming in crisp harmony with the symphony of coming light. Night creeps undercover in hopes of recovering her vigor. She has held aloft to guide stars in their journey, keeping pace on her cycle and spurning the tides to dance. But this is her chance to revive for the next new evening to arrive. The sun comes slowly to tuck her in, a great relief, perchance to sleep.
Crystal water sleeps
as life awakens beneath.
The day is new born.