December Haiku Share- Day 30

— December Haiku Share

open mic
what is there
left to say?
— Cara Holman

“Things with Wings”, edited by Aubrie Cox, June 2012

 

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a scribbled note-pad …
deciphering a haiku written
in the fold of dreams
— Gillena Cox

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holly berries . .
dreaming of snow
with a redbird
— Sandi Pray

see haiga here

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wind gusts
the curve of her hips
beneath the burka
Lauren Mayhew

bottle rockets #28, 2012

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dusty road –
where handsome parted
from this stranger
— S.M. Abeles

Notes From The Gean No. 14

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he thinks again of turning leaves her hands
— angie werren

tinywords (Issue 11.3) 

Issa’s Untidy Hut (Sunday Service #127)

 

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a few words
with a stranger passing
on this road
everyday precious things
are scattered in the wind
— Alison Williams

Blithe Spirit Vol.10 No.4 Dec 2000

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incense
the way your voice rises
when you lie
Seánan Forbes

Modern Haiku 43:3

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words in a dream:
things beautiful,
broken,
and without fear—
tomorrow I’ll make a list
— Jenny Ward Angyal

GUSTS 15, spring/summer 2012

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why couldn’t I
have let myself love her?
the sun’s warmth
as I sit in the graveyard
alone this spring morning
— Kirsten Cliff

Simply Haiku, January 2012

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winter’s fog
atop the forest
red amaryllis blossoms unfold

 — Judy Cole
 

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Marina beach–
waves go back
without touching your name

—kash poet (kashinath karmakar)

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sealing the letter
with a lipstick print
i await his response…
how slowly winter into spring
summer into autumn
 Pamela A. Babusci

Kokako 2003 (NZ)

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checkmate—
surrendering to
a choir of birds
— Christine L. Villa

Things With Wings, edited by Aubrie Cox, June 2012
See her doodle here

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winter sunset
again we fail to speak
about the future
— Margaret Dornaus

Notes from the Gean 3:3, December 2011

 

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the neighbour’s
unkempt lawn. . .
all these butterflies
— Polona Oblak

1st place July 2010 Shiki Kukai
2nd place 8th Annual Poet’s Choice Kukai

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western wind —
a go master waits
for a stone’s move
— Lech Szeglowski

Honorable Mention, 15th Mainichi Haiku Contest 2011

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starfish . . .
to feel so much
of what we touch
— Peter Newton

Acorn #27, Fall 2011
What We Find, Imaginary Press, 2011

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rain all night
the scent of eucalyptus
in my dreams
Stevie Strang

3rd place, Shiki Kukai – November 2011

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serving hot chai
in earthen pots-
the curve of her hips
 sanjuktaa

Wednesday haiku at Issa’s Untidy Hut, July 2011

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Tatted Stories

infectious laughter
a lap for curling up in
nimble fingers push shuttle
stories told through tatting
Jone MacCulloch

Four and Twenty, September 2009

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was it you
who laid this feather
on my feet
seeking my forgiveness
in the rain?*
Alegria Imperial

GUSTS 15, Spring 2012

*Picked by four-year old Miriya Nguyen to ‘carry in her pocket’
for ‘A Poem in Your Pocket a Day’

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