Category Archives: Michael Henry Lee

Daily Haiku: June 22, 2022

shadows and light what little we know of ourselves   by Michael Henry Lee (USA) Winner, “Pen This Painting” United Haiku and Tanka Society, May 2015

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Daily Double Haiku: May 19, 2022

mega church everyone sticks to their guns     by Michael Henry Lee (USA) Prune Juice, Issue 35, November 2021

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Daily Haiku: July 30, 2021

glittering path down the width of a river rolls the moon         by Michael Henry Lee (USA) on down the road Haiku Society of America 2017 Members’ Anthology

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Daily Haiku: March 21, 2017

winter solitude another long night where things left off by Michael Henry Lee The Heron’s Nest, XIV:1, March 2012  

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