December Haiku Share- Day 17

December Haiku Share

college brochures
on the coffee table
autumn color
— Cara Holman

From “Grade Five Rapids”
A Hundred Gourds 2:1, December 2012



red dappled light
under changing leaves –
a robin sings
Juliet Wilson


autumn leaves
one by one they fall away
pennant contenders
— Johnny Baranski

bottle rockets #26 Vol. 13, No, 2 2012


dry leaves
the way my heart rustles
when she walks
– S.M. Abeles

Frogpond 35.3


the brush
of an old lover’s lips
autumn mist
— Seánan Forbes

Daily Haiku, Cycle 13


falling leaves . .
a woodpecker disappears
into his echo
— Sandi Pray


autumn term
a gold sequin
on the library stairs
— Alison Williams

Presence #28 Jan 2006


a month to Christmas
old man crams into a sack
the last leaves
— Lech Szeglowski

 Daily Haiga, 10 September 2010
Dorota Pyra (Art)
The haiga can be seen here.


pecan shells . . .
love notes tucked away
in her luggage
— Kathy Uyen Nguyen


autumn wind
the slant in the handwriting
of my former self
— Polona Oblak

Modern Haiku 43:2


thinking of you…
grey leaves on a puddle
turn red
— Christine L. Villa

95th World Haiga Contest, December 2011
See haiga here 


i finally have
my head shaved
— Kirsten Cliff

‘All the Words that Mean Cancer’ rengay sequence with Cara Holman,
LYNX 27:3 (October 2012)


empty nest
the bird sings
angie werren

(it’s a haiga )
“tinywords” Issue 11.1 (February, 2011)


another blush
at the sound of his name . . .
autumn leaves
— Margaret Dornaus

A Hundred Gourds, vol. 1, no. 2, March 2012


an empty chair
the scent of cinnamon
autumn leaves
— Jone MacCulloch


at the edge
of a deep wood
an old couple
waltzing without music . . .
leaves spiral to earth
— Jenny Ward Angyal

Ribbons 8:2, Fall 2012


what words would
convince you to stay?
this autumn heart
shedding leaves
like a scarlet maple
— Pamela A. Babusci

American Tanka
& A Thousand Reasons


hennaed hair-
a touch of autumn
in the maple leaves



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