Category Archives: Lew Watts

Daily Haiku: May 21, 2019

senryu picking at threads of a worn seam– still not forgiven   by Lew Watts (USA) Frogpond, 36:2, 2013

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Daily Haiku: May 18, 2019

senryu eighteenth birthday– our son graduates to two syllables by Lew Watts (USA) bottle rockets, #32, 2015

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Daily Haiku: May 9, 2019

senryu   gone to her mother’s . . . another lemon pit misses the ashtray   by Lew Watts (USA) Frogpond, 40:2, 2017

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Daily Haiku: April 13, 2019

blistering heat black bear tracks in the asphalt     by Lew Watts (USA) The Heron’s Nest, Vol. 19, No. 4, December 2017

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Daily Haiku: April 8, 2019

Yellowstone— in spring snow a bison bull steams   Lew Watts  (USA) A Hundred Gourds, Vol. 4:2, March 2015

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