Category Archives: Sue Courtney

Selected Tanka

rain washes the dust from the bus window and I can see more clearly what tears do by Philomene Kocher (Canada) Twenty Years of Tanka Splendor, AHA Books, 2009 cranes gather in a cloud-swept sky if only I too could escape by Marilyn … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku Special: April 4, 2022–Sue Courtney (New Zealand)

cycling home– a crescent moon winks as I cross the bridge by Sue Courtney (New Zealand) number eight wire: The Fourth New Zealand Haiku Anthology, 2019 night migration the moon and the moon and the moon by Sue Courtney (New … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: March 13, 2022

fading into dawn’s crescendo Venus by Sue Courtney (New Zealand) Haiku Dialogue, The Haiku Foundation, Dec. 1, 2021

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