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September 13, 2006

return trip to the heron’s nest

Filed under: Haiku or Senryu — David Giacalone @ 10:57 am

 

Early last week we promised more haiku from the latest heronLogo
edition of The Heron’s Nest (VIII: 3, Sept. 2006).  That’s
a promise we’re happy to keep:

 

 

morning fog
the music
between headlines

 

 

 
bright morning —
walking the pain
from my heart

 

 
. . . Hilary Tann – see “morning fog” “bright morning —” 

 

 

 

mating robins
the broken yellow
of the centerline

 
. . . . . . . Alice FramptonTHN (VIII:3)

 

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wandering
from birdsong to birdsong
city morning
 

. . . Barry GeorgeTHN (VIII:3)

 

 

 

 

winter dawn
a tub of washing
all run blue

 

. . . Matt MordenTHN (VIII:3)

 

 

 

cold moon —
a stray dog roams
the village street

 

. . . Billie Wilson  – THN (VIII:3)
 

 

 

 

almost spring
she tells the whole story
in a single breath

 

. . . John Stevenson  THN, (VIII:3, Editors’ Choice

 

 

 

 

 

evening warmth —
latchkey kids play rummy
in the doorway

 

. . . Rebecca Lilly  – THN (VIII:3)

 

 

deskCalR     Congratulations to four of f/k/a‘s Honored Guest Poets who have been chosen as winners in the Snapshot Press annual Haiku Calendar Contest 2006: Carolyn Hall (March), Tom Painting (June), Tom Clausen (July), John Stevenson (September).  In addition, Runners-Up selections included poems by Roberta Beary (two haiku) and Peggy Willis Lyles, plus additional poems from Carolyn Hall, John Stevenson (two more), and Billie Wilson.  

   

Tom Clausen’s winner appeared last week in this f/k/a posting.  We had featured Carolyn Hall’s winning poem earlier this summer, when it won First Prize in the 2006 Spiess Memorial Contest at Modern Haiku Journal.

plum blossoms
I make plans
for my ashes

 

Tom Painting’s winner was featured here in May and was originally published in Modern Haiku (36:3):

the woods 
on the cusp of darkness
whip-poor-will 

 

  

  

  

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All of the winning poems will appear in Shapshot’s unique desktop 2007 Haiku Calendar, which can be ordered now online or by mail.

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