Category Archives: Doris Lynch

A Haiku Sequence by Doris Lynch

ON THE CUSP OF THE SOLSTICE how quietthe quiet beforewinter dawn first snowfallthe neighborhood runnerwalks in tights six crowssilent in a snowy field—noon whistle nickel-sized snowflakesold man at the bus stopwearing one glove past midnightcan’t stay indoorswhen the barred owl calls … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 5, 2020

filling the hammock’s emptiness copper-colored leaves       by Doris Lynch (USA) Bundled Wildflowers Haiku Society of America, 2020 Members’ Anthology  

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Free Verse by Doris Lynch

Night Whimsy What secrets do stars hold inside their glowing fists?   What silks do redbuds hide beneath their hidden bells?   Last night’s goddess sliced the moon into an ivory whelk. Unmoored, it floats   across the night sea. … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 6, 2018

no religion yet plead each clear night to distant stars     by Doris Lynch  (USA) The Sacred in Contemporary Haiku, 2014

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Daily Haiku: April 25, 2017

kayaking the weight of the river in her arms by Doris Lynch  (USA) A Splash of Water Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology, 2015  

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