December Haiku Share- Day 21

December Haiku Share

fine mist
he says frogs
I say crickets
— Cara Holman

The Heron’s Nest XIII:3, September 2011



solstice morning
tree frogs croak
— Jone MacCulloch


of black and white
the raven leaving nothing
but the mist
— Sandi Pray

Daily Haiku Cycle 13, May 2012


old pond
another year older…
Basho’s frog

from a moonlit stump
the frog is outsprung
by its shadow
Johnny Baranski

(Anthologized in The Blossoming Rudder: Haiku, Senryu, Koans,
and Pithy Sayings 1984-1987 Edited by H.F. Noyes.)


spring frogs . . .
softening the sound
of traffic
— Peter Newton

(from my haibun “Simple Folds”
in Contemporary Haibun Online, July 2011)


recalling your silence
as I pass through a valley
full of mist
I wish that I could
lose myself in it
— Alison Williams

Presence #17 May 2002


silent night
a crickets chirr
breaks the silence
~isabelle loverro


hazy moon
all the shapes
of a hangover
— Polona Oblak

NFTG 2:4 (March 2011)


misty morning
fading footprints
on the dewy grass
his ebony shadow lingers
across her frail body
Pamela A. Babusci



cold moon –
the days of winter
stretch out before me
— Kirsten Cliff

Appeared on Angie Werren’s blog as part of her National Poetry Month 
‘Couplets’ posts, April 2012. See haiga here


whispered secrets
the mist absorbs
the night
Seánan Forbes

Daily Haiku, Cycle 13


under the crooked moon—
nothing else is the truth
nor even that mist
— Lech Szeglowski


morning fog
I’m startled by the splash
of frogs
— angie werren

the zen space — Summer 2012 Showcase


you remind me
how it felt that night we met . . .
our universe
filled with possibilities
and the soft hum of tree frogs
Margaret Dornaus

Simply Haiku, vol. 9, no.1, Spring 2011


lavender mist
he murmurs another name
in his sleep
— Christine L. Villa

Shiki Kigo Kukai, November 2012


pine mist the enso we hold onto from this year to the next
Kathy Uyen Nguyen

see haiga here


morning dew
and still, a scratchy
cricket song
— Alegria Imperial
LYNX, June 2012

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