Category Archives: Chad Lee Robinson

Daily Haiku, March 1, 2016

migrating geese– the things we thought we needed darken the garage   by Chad Lee Robinson,  Author The Deep End of the Sky Advertisements

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The Beauty of Winter: Feb. 10, 2016

a slight shake of bells as the harness comes off night snow by Chad Lee Robinson The Heron’s Nest, XI:2, June 2009  

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Daily Haiku, Nov. 26, 2015

old blue car— I search the glovebox for my father by Chad Lee Robinson Presence 53, October 2015

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Daily Haiku, Aug. 14, 2015

clear water– the whiteness of my father’s feet by Chad Lee Robinson, Author of The Deep End of the Sky

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Daily Haiku, July 1, 2015

winter stars . . . the name of my father of my father’s father                                                  by Chad Lee Robinson, Author of The Deep End of the Sky

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Daily Haiku, June 1, 2015

wind in the tall grass . . . an old blue car almost in motion by Chad Lee Robinson, Author of The Deep End of the Sky

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Daily Haiku, May 23, 2015

prairie stream– what I know about mountains in these small stones    by Chad Lee Robinson, Author of The Deep End of the Sky

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