Category Archives: Rick Black

Daily Haiku: Sept. 7, 2017

a monk’s sandals– down the same stairwell, a soldier’s boots by Rick Black  (USA)   Advertisements

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Daily Haiku: March 16, 2016

a shy Amish boy peeking out the black buggy— blossoming pear trees   by Rick Black Modern Haiku, 28:2, 1997

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Daily Haiku, May 7, 2015

just buried soldier – too soon for his mother to notice the crocus by Rick Black, Author of Peace and War: A Collection of Haiku from Israel

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