Haiku Favourites

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She bangs her son’s runners together,
turns them over.
Sand falls and falls.

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roadside: all day,
teens in school uniforms
come, heap flowers

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an old ladder
climbs a small embankment,
steps into the sky

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in the glade’s cloaked silence
the shade-soaked song of
one bird plays

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snapdragons clutched
by a rock wall:
mustard on an old man’s face

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up from a cloud of gravel
peeks the half-moon
of a tire

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opening the door:
a moth flutters in,
darkness too

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the pen dips
into a small well of ink:
one by one, stars appear

***

Thought I’d change things up with a few haiku, first published in North Shore Magazine. I’ve missed writing them! More to come….

10 thoughts on “Haiku Favourites

    1. So, Chris, after my last reply (once I saw you were responding to Haiku Favourites) I thought maybe you actually meant the images from my haiku! Thank you for that, if so.

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      1. That’s funny. When you mentioned “fun looking” I thought you were digging through your archives knee-deep in haiku. The visuals are great – but nothing compared to the haiku 🙂

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  1. Gee, that’s just great! Many thanks! That’s also one of my favourites…Makes me want to write some more! You made my night!

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