Monday, December 16, 2019

Another Trip Around the Sun: 365 Days of Haiku for Children Young and Old, 2019

Editor: Jessica Malone Latham


February 2

candlemas . . .
a doe's eyelashes fringed
with light

Akitsu Quarterly, Winter 2017


March 17

fog deepens
the sound of rabbits
nibbling night

Grand Prize, 2016 World Haiku Competition


May - honoured to have the following poem chosen as the featured haiku:

heirloom hollyhocks
I still see father kneeling
in a patch of light

The Heron's Nest 21.1, March 2019


May 21

fiddleheads
the curled ears
of newborns

Brass Bell, October 2017


September 4

bone density . . .
the broken stems
of sunflowers

Creatrix 39, November 2017


September 8

harvesting night
an arc of moondust
from the auger

Creatrix 43, December 2018


September 22

in cupped hands
the harvest moon rests
for a moment

1st Place, 2015 Autumn Moon Haiku Contest


October 9

aspen grove
he fills his pockets
with pirate gold

Ephemerae 1C, November 2018


October 31

witches' butter
along a rotten log
speckled light

Acorn 38, Spring 2017


November 17

stark branches
the first flowering
of snowflakes

Award of Excellence, 2015 World Haiku Association Haiga Contest


December 20

sleigh bells
the hayloft rustles
with deer mice

Haiku Canada Review 9.1, February 2015


December 22

sugar cookies
we swallow each phase
of the moon

Frogpond 39.3, Spring/Summer 2016



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