What the Haiku – Twin Peaks – New Year Special

Merry Christmas everyone,

I wanted to mark the holiday by going back into the woods for one more Twin Peaks haiku. I haven’t written anything TP related since the sad passing of Peggy Lipton earlier in the year but I had an urge to go into the dark woods once more and do some backwards talking in front of a camera.

Here is the result…

And here is the poem

Lost girl in the woods

Surrounded by a darkness

Come to her ending

 

Sweet voice will Carrie

Wash up in a desert town

Never to be found

 

But trees remember

Deep-rooted below our feet

Holding every step

 

Take away the girl

And her footsteps linger on

Echoes in the soil

 

Thanks for reading, and my best wishes for the New Year ahead.

Richard

You can check out the rest of the haiku journey by subscribing to my YouTube channel or clicking the links below.

What the Haiku! – The Complete Collection

Haiku-ing at the National Gallery

The Ovens are Cold – a poem

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