‘Haiku And Happiness’

‘Haiku And Happiness’


Upon daylight’s end,

Enter night’s heavenly shade.

Bliss be upon me.


I’ve always been mesmerized by the beauty of the night. It’s beautiful, dark hue, with stars that I can wish upon. Heaven’s eyes that watch over me, as I dream. Serenity that grabs hold of me from within, and never lets me go. At peace with myself, I can shine my light upon the world. I walk alone along the path in the darkness of the night, yet, I can see ever so clearly.

For those who truly know me, it’s a fact that I’m a huge Herbie Hancock fan. His song, ‘Stars In Your Eyes’ will always have a special place in my heart, and will remind me of so many fond memories. This was the last song that I heard on the radio in Los Angeles, the night before I moved to New York City in July of 2002. This song spoke volumes to me then, as I was about to embark upon a brand new chapter in my life. And as I continue on life’s path that is paved for me, this song speaks volumes to me, still. As I lie awake at night from not being able to sleep, I sometimes think about my journey’s ups and downs. As I go for long walks at night, mesmerized by the beauty of the night, I sometimes think about how far I’ve traveled, and how much farther I’d like to go. Bliss be upon me.

Herbie Hancock’s ‘Stars In Your Eyes’ Video Posted To You Tube By KaderFunkyman On November 5, 2014

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