Pray Good Sense – a Shi Rensa poem

Pray Good Sense




gulf storms and sea swells

waves ravage innocent sands

calm beauty returns


calm beauty returns

at the final gust of breath

the ear knows silence


the ear knows silence

and the roaring void is hope

the listless will stir


the listless will stir

when empty truths are laid bare

pray good sense prevails


Pray Good Sense Shi Rensa poem on image.



My Shi Rensa for my Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge.

To learn more about my poetry form please click HERE.

 © 2020 Ronovan Hester Copyright reserved. The author asserts his moral and legal rights over this work.


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