Tag Archives: Daily Haiku

Daily Haiku: March 26, 2017

missing person vines overgrow the roadside billboard by Brent Goodman Frogpond, Vol. 39:1, 2016  

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Daily Haiku: March 25, 2017

night winds I let her go to voicemail by Dave Read Frogpond, Vol. 39, No. 1, 2016  

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Daily Haiku: March 24, 2017

senryu blood red tulips I want a man to write me a poem by Susan Antolin, Author Artichoke Season  

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Daily Haiku: March 23, 2017

departure from the ferry dock wave after wave     by Kirsty Karkow Mayfly, #32, Winter 2001

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Daily Haiku: March 22, 2017

under the snow the gurgling spring     by Donna Fleischer Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology, 2003

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Daily Haiku: March 21, 2017

winter solitude another long night where things left off by Michael Henry Lee The Heron’s Nest, XIV:1, March 2012  

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Daily Haiku: March 20, 2017

winter wind     a crow leaves behind     its caw by Stanford M. Forrester, Author the toddler’s chant

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