Teach!

trees and bushes reflected on a lake, Tidbinbilla National park, Canberra
Tidbinbilla National park, Canberra

Two halves make a whole,
lesson in equality—
world shows, man ignores.

Sight to behold

strawberry bushes in the sunlight, Hillwood Berry Farm, Launceston, Tasmania
Hillwood Berry Farm, Launceston, Tasmania

Basking in sunshine,
showing off to greedy world—
strawberry bushes.

Keep walking

Sometimes it’s a little better to travel than to arrive.

Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values

This is a great book. It’s relevant to everyday life in so many surprising ways. I don’t ride a motorcycle—can’t even get my feet to touch the ground on most motorcycles. And yet I read it, and thoroughly enjoyed it.


I’m away on holiday for a couple of weeks, and until I get back with more haiku and photographs, I’m sharing some of my favourite quotes. Hope you enjoy!

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Hear, hear!

I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am.

Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar

Isn’t Sylvia the best? I love her writing—there’s something so enchanting about the way she transforms grief and depression into such evocative words.


I’m away on holiday for a couple of weeks, and until I get back with more haiku and photographs, I’m sharing some of my favourite quotes. Hope you enjoy!

If you want more, check these out:
Travel haiku | Musings about life | Copywriting adventures

Unintentional act

Talent is an accident of genes, and a responsibility.

Alan Rickman, AKA Severes Snape

I’m away on holiday for a couple of weeks, and until I get back with more haiku and photographs, I’m sharing some of my favourite quotes. Hope you enjoy!

If you want more, check these out:
Travel haiku | Musings about life | Copywriting adventures