December Haiku Share- Day 14

December Haiku Share

secrets…
the whisper of corn silk
between my fingers
— Cara Holman

Sketchbook Haiku Thread, May/June 2011

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whispering secrets
passed through pines
temple bells are still
~isabelle loverro

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secrets . .
what the dandelion knows
of the wind
— Sandi Pray

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prayers of remembrance
cranes
folded in our hands
— Seánan Forbes

Daily Haiku, Cycle 13

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betrayed by friend
is worse than by
a lover
there are secrets
a lover doesn’t know
— Pamela A. Babusci

prev. published

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approaching rain
the smell of sauerkraut
lingers on the stairs
— Polona Oblak

The Heron’s Nest XIII.2 (March 2011)

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spring rain
a finger of a child
on a wind chime
— Christine L. Villa

See Haiku Here (January 2012)
See artwork of Kuniharu Shimizu here

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shucking
the inner and outer shells
of fava beans
I consider how much
to let her in
— Lauren Mayhew

A Hundred Gourds, 1:3 June 2012

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a tree falls
only the wood ear
listens
 angie werren

FungiFama (Southern Vancouver Mycological Society — Vol 15 Issue 1)
Mushroom Harvest ( Red Dragonfly — July, 2011)

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reading
how to prepare
brussels sprouts
my husband turns toward me
surprisingly ravenous
— Margaret Dornaus

Ribbons, Fall 2012

for today
I have this one wish
not to feel
like I’ll always carry
that scared little girl
— Kirsten Cliff

Presence #44 (June 2011)

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coffee mist…
the carpenter caresses lightly
an ebony coffin

— Lech Szeglowski

The Shiki Monthly Kukai, June 2009

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night rain…
he tells me
he slept well
sanjuktaa

This was originally done for Rick Daddario’s haiga challenge in September, 2011.
You can see the haiga here 

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