December Haiku Share- Day 28

December Haiku Share

longest night
my third round
of counting sheep
— Cara Holman

Shiki Kukai, December 2012

 

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milk moon
my bare feet on this
wood floor
— angie werren

Haiku Bandit Society (May 2012 Dottie Dot)

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winter’s chill
clouds lie cradled
near the sun
~isabelle loverro

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summer evening
the long secrets
of our shadows
Seánan Forbes

Daily Haiku, Cycle 13

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midwinter
last night I dreamed I was
asleep in bed
— Alison Williams

Presence 26 June 2005

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goats’ eyes
deep marbled spheres
of blue and gold
the cosmos
tugging at my zipper pull
— Jenny Ward Angyal

Atlas Poetica 11, March 2012

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slightly blue
the scent of moon
at midnight
— Sandi Pray

see haiga here

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as close
as you and I will ever be –
solstice
— S.M. Abeles

paper wasp 18.4

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long night
the urge to reconsider
my beliefs
— Polona Oblak

A Hundred Gourds 1:2

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autumn night unfolding ladybug wings
— Lauren Mayhew

NaHaiWriMo, December 2012

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sleepless night–
the moon becomes
more familiar
kash poet (kashinath karmakar)

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dragon fire . . .
the way he moves me
this night
— Kirsten Cliff

The Language of Dragons, January 2012
(Yay Words! project edited by Aubrie Cox)

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sleeping
with the stars
instead of you
i dig a grave
for loneliness
 Pamela A. Babusci

A Thousand Reasons

 

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winter solstice
nothing left to talk about
outside the weather
— Margaret Dornaus

A Hundred Gourds, vol.1, no. 3, June 2012

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 wide awake
on this longest night
I revisit my childhood dreams
through the scents of
honey and wild jasmine
Kathy Uyen Nguyen

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she believes
another white lie
wine moon
— Christine L. Villa

International Kukai, October 2012

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snowflakes disappear
without a trace
the longest night
— Jone MacCulloch

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solstice walk the tide turns us back
— Peter Newton

Shiki Kukai, December 2012

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tossing pebbles
at the submerged moon
i realize
he has nothing more
to say to me tonight
 sanjuktaa

Moonbathing, issue 5, 2011-12

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