December Haiku Share- Day 2

December Haiku Share

evening fog
the sound of geese
comes and goes
Cara Holman

Multiverses 1.1, June 2012

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eventide…
more and more trees turn into
silhouettes
Gillena Cox

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westbound train –
the estuary
pale with gulls
Alison Williams

Presence #19 January 2003

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night fog
anyway, I remember you,
moon
— Lech Szeglowski

The Shiki Monthly Kukai, September 2009

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foggy noon
sheep on the hills
climb into clouds
— Maire Morrissey-Cummins

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to say yes or no?
geese unstitch themselves
from the sky
— Seánan Forbes

A Hundred Gourds 1:4, September 2012

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in darkness
we forget our anger . . .
suddenly
the sound of wild geese
piercing the starless night
— Margaret Dornaus

Ribbons, Spring 2011

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dense fog—
a Christmas song
from the carillon
— Michael Dylan Welch

Frogpond 18:4, Winter 1995, page 22 (in the “Angels We Have Heard On High” sequence)

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in sky-mind
the broken-winged gander
soars
— Marie Shimane

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suspended
from an evening cloud
the mountain
Kirsten Cliff

the taste of nashi: New Zealand Haiku (Windrift, 2008)
Bay News, Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Waiariki Institute of Technology 2010 Calendar

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new moon
I walk all evening
but leave no footprints
S.M. Abeles

World Haiku Review, August 2012

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fog tendrils
curl around aspens
her baby’s first haircut
Jone Rush MacCulloch

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balmy evening
the whisper of her ashes
from the sea
Christine L. Villa

Sea Bandits 2012 (edited by Aubrie Cox of Yay Words)

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backyard teatime . . .
another heartache stirs
into the fog

Kathy Uyen Nguyen

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