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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Eight Recently Published Haiku

Photo by Dan Curtis

 

a call to prayer
by the sea
the scent of wild roses

tinywords 17.2

 

family picnic
a thundershower
clears the air

Haiku Society of America
2017 Members’ Anthology

 

sea glass —
bit by bit
becoming blind

Frogpond, 40:3, Autumn 2017

 

I go on
about my ailments
organ recital

Modern Haiku 48:3

 

dead sea lion
held by the sand —
by the full moon

deep breath: a book of haiku evolutions
edited by Terry Ann Carter
leaf press, 2017

 

final blessing
cherry petals fall
on silent mourners

Sakura Award
2017 Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival

 

a sepia photo
of laughing boys —
Remembrance Day

 

sunny side up
getting ready for
my hospice shift

Haiku Canada, February 2018

 

 

Newly published haiku

Frogpond, the Journal of the Haiku Society of America, has published one of my haiku in their 2015 summer edition.  Frogpond is one of North America’s oldest and preeminent haiku journals. I’m delighted to have been included.

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summer’s end
the lost cat poster
fading