Category Archives: Sheila Sondik

Daily Haiku: Oct. 15, 2022

the moon disappears in a cloud bank reading his will by Sheila Sondik (USA) Modern Haiku, Vol. 45:1, Winter-Spring 2014

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Tanka from the USA

will I everbelong . . .the squirrelat the birdfeederhungry too by Susan Burch  (USA) Honorable Mention HPNC Contest, 2018       Autumn afternoon we keep our distance in dappled light talking about the life we haven’t shared        … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku Special: March 27, 2022–Sheila Sondik

  her hand on my wrist moth dust   by Sheila Sondik (USA) tinywords, Issue 18.2, 2018   teacups filled with fallen blossoms closing time   by Sheila Sondik (USA) Frogpond, Vol. 42:3, Fall 2019     raking up Douglas … Continue reading

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