Category Archives: Susan Spooner

3 Selected Tanka from Canada

growing wildin a corner of my gardenher favourite flowersseeds scattered with the ashesand the evening breeze by Susan Spooner (Canada) British Haiku Society Tanka Anthology, 2020    a large bruise  deep inside the mango  unexpected  the way she turned away  when we … Continue reading

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Daily Double Haiku: May 28, 2022

fish and chips in yesterday’s news yesterday’s news    by Susan Spooner (Canada)

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Daily Haiku: Jan. 10, 2022

senryu new silk quilt father’s best ties working overtime by Susan Spooner (Canada) Haiku Canada Review, Vol. 13, No. 2, October 2019

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Daily Haiku: July 21, 2021

senryu       contractors they used to be my age these young men     by Susan Spooner (Canada) Haiku Canada Review, Vol. 15, No. 1, February 2021

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Daily Haiku: April 28, 2021

faster than the train the wood pigeon’s call takes me home       by Susan Spooner (Canada) Bacopa Literary Review, 2019  

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Daily Haiku: March 5, 2021

cherry blossom ice creamone bowltwo spoons     by Susan Spooner (Canada) British Columbia Honourable Mention 2019 Haiku Invitational Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival  

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Daily Haiku: May 17, 2020

a jar of frogspawn now her grandad remembers my childhood   by Susan Spooner (Canada) Blithe Spirit, 28:3, 2018

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Daily Haiku: May 4, 2020

moonshine deeper shadows this harvest   by Susan Spooner (Canada) Autumn Moon, 2:1, 2018

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