Category Archives: David G. Lanoue

Daily Haiku: April 24, 2017

a “Lost Dog” sign nailed deep into the oak by David G. Lanoue  (USA) Frogpond, 27:2, 2004  

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Daily Haiku: Feb. 2, 2017

another year I didn’t die . . . autumn dusk by Issa  David G. Lanoue, trans. Author of Issa’s Best: a translator’s selection of master haiku  

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Daily Haiku: Oct. 16, 2016

I drive her to her abortion, a ladybug on the windshield by David G. Lanoue Modern Haiku, Vol. 42:2, Summer 2011  

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Daily Haiku: June 3, 2016

hazy sun two tugboats chugging into brown by David G. Lanoue dandelion clocks Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology, 2008

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Daily Haiku, Feb. 28, 2016

senryu: the longer he talks the longer his nose hair by David G. Lanoue bottle rockets, No. 34, 2016

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Senryu Week: Enjoy The Humor

another place I’ve sinned boarded-up hotel by David G. Lanoue Frogpond,  36.2, 2013  

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Daily Haiku, Oct. 4, 2015

my dead mother– everytime I see the ocean, everytime . . . by Issa, translated by David G. Lanoue haikuguy.com/Issa/

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