Category Archives: Charles Trumbull

Daily Haiku: Feb. 1, 2022

           senryu              aged mother: showing her how to do things     she taught me as a child                       by … Continue reading

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Jan. 16, 2022: Special to The Daily Haiku–More Poems by Charles Trumbull

first cricket– he finds her hand in the dark nightfall your dark side and mine indistinguishable writer’s block– on the blank page my wordless poem by Charles Trumbull (USA) Transit of Venus: New Haiku & Senryu Prepared for: The Cradle … Continue reading

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Special to The Daily Haiku: 3 Poems by Charles Trumbull

love in middle age moonlight on a white iris   mayflies mating our talk turns to growing old     we both agree not to speak about the past whispers of cottonwoods     by Charles Trumbull (USA) The Orb … Continue reading

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