December Haiku Share- Day 2

December Haiku Share

evening fog
the sound of geese
comes and goes
Cara Holman

Multiverses 1.1, June 2012


more and more trees turn into
Gillena Cox


westbound train –
the estuary
pale with gulls
Alison Williams

Presence #19 January 2003


night fog
anyway, I remember you,
— Lech Szeglowski

The Shiki Monthly Kukai, September 2009


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


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

A Hundred Gourds 1:4, September 2012


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

Ribbons, Spring 2011


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)


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


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



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

World Haiku Review, August 2012


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


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

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


backyard teatime . . .
another heartache stirs
into the fog

Kathy Uyen Nguyen


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