December Haiku Share- Day 19

December Haiku Share

streetlights reflected
in wet pavement
winter dawn
— Cara Holman

Mariposa #26, Spring/Summer 2012

 

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listening
for the silence
between raindrops
yesterday’s blunders
wash out to sea
— Jenny Ward Angyal

GUSTS 15, spring/summer 2012

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winter darkness
we run out
of subjects to change
— Seánan Forbes

Modern Haiku 43:3

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december’s dawn
drops of dew
between the mums
~isabelle loverro

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winter drizzle . .
the sound of sunlight
in a mockingbird’s song
— Sandi Pray

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to return
or not to return
—winter twilight

revenir
ou ne pas revenir
– crepuscule d’hiver

— Lech Szeglowski
(haiku translated into French by I. Codrescu)

* Full publication credits below

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raindrops
fall on still water –
tiny ripples
these subtle longings
of my heart
— Lauren Mayhew

A Hundred Gourds 1:2, March 2012

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frost
turns to dew . . .
his handwritten note

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relentless rain
fragments of lotus
fragments of me…
would i do it all again
love him recklessly
— Pamela A. Babusci

A Thousand Reasons

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hailstorm . . .
three red petals left
to scent this rose
— Kirsten Cliff

Caribbean Kigo Kukai, September 2012

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the church bell
has a strange sound to it
freezing rain
— Johnny Baranski

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winter sky–
the white cat’s eyes
bluer

ciel d’hiver–
le blanc des yeux du chat
plus bleu

Alegria Imperial

Daily Haiku Selection, April 22, 2011
(Mainichi, Japan)

French translation by Serge Tome at tempslibres.com

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cold wind
the front and back
of my hand
— angie werren

the zen space — Spring 2012 Showcase
(it’s a haiga)

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warming my heart
on a winter night
a snowman collection
— Christine L. Villa

See Haiku Here, January 2012
See Kuniharu Shimizu’s artwork here

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winter breaths
and many other things
I’d just as soon forget
— S.M. Abeles

Prune Juice Issue 8

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who will call me now
by my other name . . .
soft rain falling
— Margaret Dornaus

NaHaiWriMo, February 2012

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thawing pine . . .
all it takes to say
I love you
— Kathy Uyen Nguyen

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black clouds
grumble with thunder –
red umbrellas
— Juliet Wilson

Haiku Scotland

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solstice
gray rain
pounds the streets
— Jone MacCulloch

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* Rest of publication credits for Lech Szeglowski:

DailyHaiga, 18 January 2010. Art by Dorota Pyra.

Haiga with haiku in French by Ion Codrescu.

Dreams Wander On: Contemporary Poems of Death Awareness, edited by Robert Epstein, Published by Modern English Tanka Press, Baltimore, Maryland 2011.

Haïga. Peindre en poésie, by Ion Codrescu, Published by A.F.H. Association francophone de haiku, Barjols, France 2012.

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