December Haiku Share- Day 1

December Haiku Share

a stranger in the crowd
that looks like you
blue mist
Cara Holman

Shiki Kigo Kukai, November 2012


whispered secrets
the mist
absorbs the night
Seánan Forbes

Daily Haiku, Cycle 13, Summer 2012


city street
I fall into step
with a stranger
Alison Williams

Blithe Spirit Vol.21 No.4 December 2011


coming home
to an empty house
so many stars
Kirsten Cliff

Kokako 12, April 2010
evolution: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku (Red Moon Press, 2011)


where the blue goes
after sundown –
her bedroom eyes
S.M. Abeles

Frogpond Iss. 35.2


pine mist . . .
a thousand suns shatter
from a robin’s landing
Kathy Uyen Nguyen


street lights:
the shadows hold those kind
of women
Paula Moore


blossoms in her hand
he smiles without knowing
her name
— Christine L. Villa

Sketchbook (January/February 29, 2012: Vol. 7, No. 1)
see haiga here 


 a homeless man
all the signposts
erased by the mist
Lech Szeglowski


trees dressed
red and yellow
only till the next big storm

Judy Cole


December mist
a crow calls out
breaking the silence
Isabelle Loverro

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