Thursday, July 18, 2024

Modern Haiku, Vol. 55.2, Summer 2024

scrabbling towhees
something concealed
in the duff

The Wise Owl, July 2024

Daily Verse Feature - solitude theme


mute swans
with unfurled wings
gliding
beyond silence,
beyond light


a willet's call
undulating through
beach grasses . . .
her nest is invisible,
but it must be hear


the swallows
have returned at last
I have
no desire to be part
of something bigger

Tsuri-doro: A Small Journal of Haiku and Senryu Issue #22, July/August 2024

prothonotary warbler i'll say it if you will

Triya Mag: Monsoon Edition, July/August 2024

Translated into Hindi


drifting sands
sometimes the poem
writes itself 

Winning Haiku, 2023 Drifting Sands Wearable Art and Haiku Contest


wheat fields
tousled by fingers
of wind
I tuck a strand of hair
behind your ear

Honourable Mention, 2018 Sanford Goldstein International Tanka Contest

Shadow Pond Journal, Issue 3, June 2024

the aurora
a wolf's breath becomes
part of it

Our Best Haiga: Black & White Haiga/Haisha, July 2024

 Curated by Lavana Kray


July 6, 2024


(Note: this tanka received 1st place in the 2023 San Francisco International Competition for Haiku, Senryu and Tanka)


Humano Obscura, Issue Number 9, Summer 2024

Thrilled to have two photographs and a haiku selected for this issue!

Impending


The Way of Windflowers


solar eclipse
the loon's call echoes
then fades





Horror Senryu Journal, June 2024

a grizzly bear in the ditch headless dandelions
 

Haiku Girl Summer, 2024

Curated by Allyson Whipple


June 27, 2024 - Guest Editor, Carol Dorf


splash pad
bubbles run away
with the light


June 29, 2024 - Guest Editor, Carol Dorf


sun dress
the clear margins
of her biopsy


July 6, 2024 - Guest Editor Jennifer Gurney


folk festival
the music drifts beyond
our horizons 

Haiga in Focus, Issue 73, July 2024

 Curated by Claudia Brefeld


Translated into German


Honoured to have the following haiga selected as the Editor's Choice:


Claudia's Commentary:

What a harmonious haiga - clear and fragile at the same time.

The delicate and light-looking picture seems to literally exude the scent of flowers and it is as if it sensitizes the senses. You want to reach for the fleeting colors, walk through them and lose yourself in the scent of the flowers. Close your eyes for a moment and take a deep breath - the lightness of the moment!

The position of the haiku is like a finger pointing, which you follow carefully to enter the depths of the image.






Frogpond, Vol. 47, Number 2, Spring/Summer 2024

Thrilled that the following four poems were selected for inclusion in three different essays as well as a book review in this issue! My thanks to the following authors:


Field Guide: Eclipses by Charles Trumbull

eclipsenso

Haiku Canada Review 11:2, October 2017


"Verbing in Haiku by Brad Bennett - Flexibility and Ambiguity

ancient caldera
clouds waterfalling
over the rim

Mariposa 49, Autumn/Winter 2023


Haiku Poetry and the Parenting Principle: An Exploration - Learning and Exploration

paddleboarding
a painted turtle shows me
how its done

Akitsu Quarterly, Spring/Summer 2023


Between Sun and Shadow: The Yuki Teikei Haiku Society Members'Anthology, 2023 - reviewed by Ce Rosenow

rows of maize
we put our affairs
in order

Geppo: Volume XLVI:4, November 2021






Fresh Out: An Arts and Poetry Collective, June 2024

 Curated by Eric A. Lohman


Featured Artist: June 15, 2024


(note: this haiku first appeared in the Wales Haiku Journal, Autumn 2022)



H. Gene Murtha Memorial Senryu Contest, 2024

Thrilled to receive an Honourable Mention in this year's contest. My thanks to the judges, Marilyn Ashbaugh and John Pappas.


solar eclipse
the times we choose
to look away

Honourable Mention
H. Gene Murtha Memorial Senryu Contest, 2024

Failed Haiku - A Journal of English Senryu, Volume 9, Number 100, June 2024

death rattle
the dried gourd inside
your chest


zebrafish
the ocean awash
with barcodes

Eucalypt, Issue 36, May 2024

bull kelp grows
to maturity in one year . . .
pencil markings
of our heights still visible
against the doorframe
 

Daily Haiku: Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog, June 2024

Daily Haiku Special: June 25, 2024


cattle roundup
a charred bean can
full of rain

1st Place (Joint)
Sharpening the Green Pencil Haiku Contest, 2024


scrub jay
nothing left of the blue
in dad's jeans

2nd Place
Betty Drevniok Award, 2024


let's drive
down this prairie road,
singing until
we collide head-on
with the Milky Way

Honourable Mention
San Francisco International Competition for Haiku, Senryu and Tanka, 2023
 

Cold Moon Journal, July 2024

Grateful to have "The Blur of Seasons" series featured on July 5, 2024. My special thanks to the editor, Roberta Beach Jacobson! The phrases in this series are culled from my book, "Warp and Weft: Tanka Threads".




 

The Cicada's Cry: A Micro-Zine of Haiku Poetry, Summer 2024

a fawns steps
into the fairy ring . . .
lunar eclipse
 

Wednesday, June 05, 2024

Folk Ku: A Journal in Honour of Master Masoka Shiki (1867-1902), King River Press, Issue 3, June 2024

pasture stones
dad's gumboots heavy
with mud


last breath
snowflakes collecting
in Buddha's lap


Note: for my brother-in-law, Peter Bruce Wood (1948 - 2024)
 

The Haiku Foundation: Drops on Tik Tok, April 2024

 Curated by Pippa Phillips


bioluminescence
I skip a pebble across
the universe

Seashores, Issue 2, 2019
1st Place, OtherWordly Intergalactic Haiku Competition, 2019