Category Archives: Marjorie Buettner

Daily Haiku: Nov. 12, 2016

leaf-burning time a crescent moon carries its own certain dusk     by Marjorie Buettner Frogpond, Vol. XXX, No.2, 2007  

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Daily Haiku, May 1, 2015

dark of the moon the flavor of the hive in the honey   by Marjorie Buettner buettner.tempslibres.org/en/centre.html

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Daily Haiku, March 3, 2015

sleepless night the circling motion of dense fog by Marjorie Buettner buettner.tempslibres.org/en/centre.html

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