A Selection of Haiku

Posted: February 23, 2015 in HAIKU

1.

autumn deepens…

the family portrait hangs

from a rusty nail

-First published in the Living Haiku Anthology, 2014

2.

gramophone the sur and taal of this rain

-First published in Under the Basho, Fall 2014

3.

fruit flies

the decay of what

we were

-First published in Prune Juice, July 2014

4.

hiding me from myself charades

– First published in bottle rockets, Issue #31, August 2014 & re-printed in Faces and Places, an anthology edited by Don Baird, January 2015

5.

shooting star…

too many things

to wish for

-First published in Under the Basho, Fall 2014

6.

equalizer

the steady rhythm

of raindrops

-First published in cattails, September 2014

7.

lying still

the colours of autumn

drift past my window

-First published in Gems: an anthology of haiku, senryu & sedoka, 2014

8.

the faded scent

of origami petals…

late winter

-First published in Gems: an anthology of haiku, senryu & sedoka, 2014

9.

early monsoon…

the taste of petrichor

in my chai

-First published in Issa’s Untidy Hut, 2014

10.

lantern festival…

a part of me still

left behind

-First published in cattails, September 2014

11.

cow’s lick

making the same mistakes

over and over

-First published in cattails, September 2014

12.

origami moon…

so many lies tucked

into the night

-First published in Frozen Butterfly, October 2014

13.

Schrödinger’s moth stares back at me

-First published in Moongarlic, Issue 3, November 2014

14.

losing itself a shadow of doubt

-First published in Under the Basho, Fall 2014

15.

zooming in and out of focus a wasp

-First published in bottle rockets, Issue #32, 2015

16.

dog-eared the scent of my solitude

-First published in Faces and Places, an anthology edited by Don Baird, January 2015

17.

mnemonic

all the things

I’m supposed to forget

-First published in Whispers, January 2015

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