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Volume 49.2
Summer
2018

 

sample haiku & senryu

 

 


opening
the north-facing window
a piano goes for a walk

Fay Aoyagi

 

killing time
a slow drive
through the cemetery

Lori Becherer

 

back room
dad breaking down
a shoebox

Bill Cooper

 

watching her unfold moonflowers
 

Jessica Malone Latham

 

dusting the books
he planned to read this summer
his widow

Bill Kenny

 

trivia night
knowing more than
she lets on

Michael Henry Lee

 

not where
I left it
my childhood

Peter Newton

 

the long arch of the bridge
recalling why
I left

Mark Alan Osterhaus

 

another day forks knives spoons
 

Linda McCarthy Schick

 

full moon
the retirement letter
I haven't sent

Edward J. Rielly

 

drifting snow
the metroname set
to largo

Michele Root-Bernstein

 

morning star —
looking for
the right word

Laurence E. Sumners

 

bread line forming first snowflakes
 

John Stevenson

 

wet
into my pocket
the boathouse key

vincent tripi

 

school canceled
smile
on a new snowman

Valorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff

 

 

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