Eleven Newly Published Haiku

 

photo by Dan Curtis

 

polaroid photos
I try to recall
my father’s voice

Presence, issue #61

 

tornado watch …
the first tinkling
of a wind chime

Frogpond, vol 41:2 Spring 2018

 

first day of spring
the squeaking of
new shoes

Heron’s Nest, Volume XX, Number 2: June 2018

 

ladybug
up a stem and back
quiet afternoon

 

sea shells
a child’s summer
packed in a jar

tinywords 18.1

 

cold rain …
filling the carton
with her clothes

Heron’s Nest, Volume XX, Number 1: March 2018

 

neither here
nor there
fireflies

Haiku Canada Member’s Anthology, 2018

 

old growth forest
the creaking of
my bones

Modern Haiku, issue 49:2

 

summer solstice—
watching another
rerun

 


fogroundship

 


so late
so soon
so old

Haiku Canada Review, vol. 11. no. 2, October 2017

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Two Senryu published

.

I recently had two senryu published in Failed Haiku – A Journal of English Senryu, Vol. 2, Issue 14, February 2017

Senryu has been defined by the Haiku Society of America as “…  a poem, structurally similar to haiku, that highlights the foibles of human nature, usually in a humorous or satiric way.”

walking a mile
in another’s shoes
thrift store

steel cut oats
the dry details
of my will