Pat Geyer

Born 1951 in Newark, NJ, USA
Resides in East Brunswick, NJ, USA

Pat and her husband live in East Brunswick, NJ, USA. Where, about twelve years ago, she started writing and photographing daily. Her home is surrounded by the parks and lakes where she finds her inspiration in Nature. Published in several journals, she is an amateur photographer and poet.


 

climate labors...
new iceberg
soon to be calved

lava lamp
with a crack...
youth explodes

figurehead
drifts unfettered...
vertical bob

moon penny...
in the shadows
glowing white

Creatrix 34 Haiku September 2016

crossing my path...
peculiar big cat
drops me a bone

“The Mamba” Journal Of Africa Haiku Network Issue 4 September 2017

market day —
the harmattan wind carrying away pocket crumbs

“The Mamba” Journal Of Africa Haiku Network

they say i do...
gold tone wedding bands
fake as their vows

Failed Haiku – A Journal of English Senryu Volume 2, Issue 14

search for refuge...
healing my loud scars
a silent space

Failed Haiku – A Journal of English Senryu Volume 4, Issue 38

workshopping -
thoughts of an
old kigo

Failed Haiku – A Journal of English Senryu Volume 4, Issue 45

bigly not big league…
his new world order
neanderthal

weird laburnum October 25, 2019

lower oil prices...
the sound of a perfect pitch

cattails September 2016 Edition

thin ice...
a goose falls through
wings it

cattails September 2016 Edition