Category Archives: Michael McClintock

Daily Haiku: Sept. 2, 2022

letting sand fall from my hand countless suns     by Michael McClintock (USA), Author Letters in Time: Sixty Short Poems, 2005

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3 Tanka: June 16, 2022

parked in the driveway a melancholy trumpet solo on the radio now with the wipers off the windshield fills with rain by Michael Ketchek (USA) red lights, Vol. 18, No. 1, January 2022 one of those days nothing goes right something invisible won’t … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: March 31, 2022

       drawn to the train in the toyshop window         . . . snow flurries       by Michael McClintock (USA), Author Sketches from the San Joaquin, 2009 Turtle Light Press Haiku Chapbook Competition … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 19, 2021

sketching in pencil              an old face   a thousand rivers by Michael McClintock (USA), Author Sketches from the San Joaquin

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Daily Haiku, Nov. 8, 2021

hefting a plum– I know by heart my father’s orchard by Michael McClintock (USA), Author Sketches from the San Joaquin, 2009

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 21, 2021

senryu     finding him homeless– the terror in my father’s face lifted to mine     by Michael McClintock (USA) Frogpond, XXIII:3, 2000  

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Daily Haiku: May 6, 2021

where three drowned the lake water sparkles in the morning       by Michael McClintock (USA) Haiku in English: The First Hundred Years, 2013

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Tanka by Michael McClintock

Tanka   stuck on a bus crossing endless Nebraska, too much on my mind– ah, on the noon-bright wheat the wind and its shadows   by Michael McClintock (USA), Author Meals at Midnight

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Tanka by Michael McClintock

Tanka in the world outside the office window a cloud detaches from the others and enters my dream by Michael McClintock (USA), Author Meals at Midnight, 2008

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Daily Haiku: June 19, 2020

long summer day . . . launching worms into the pond, a boy with a stick       by Michael McClintock (USA) Modern Haiku, Vol. XXXII, No. 3, Fall, 2001  

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