Tag Archives: haikus

haiku: blue jay

blue jay at suet –peaked blue toque, thin black chin strap– dressed for the weather

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10 July Haikus

south of Covington place names like stage directions — Crystal Falls, Spread Eagle a wild turkey hen with eleven little poults — get off the damn road snake, a long muscle, a twitching in the tall grass, I want to … Continue reading

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haiku: strawberries

how     I     want     to     kiss your ear        the nape of your neck feed you         strawberries

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haiku 3.13.15

after the saddest of nights the sky is blooming with blood and roses

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365+ haiku: 2.27.15

the aging poet limps from a hard pain since he has become unhinged

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365+ haiku: 2.20.15

What do the vultures eat in Kansas? Carrion, my wayward suh-un.

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365+ haiku: 2.9.2015

Overheard poetry — would pollution hurt mermaids if mermaids were real? I met a mermaid one night at the Jersey Shore with salty sweet lips. CLICK for a related, earlier poem from 2010

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