I’m very happy to have a single-line haiku/monoku published in Series 3 Episode 10 of the Haiku Pea Podcast. The theme for this episode was “monoku” and I really enjoyed hearing what all the other poets cooked up. Below is my piece:
tamarillo branch a leaf or a bird or a leaf or a bird
Series 3 Episode 10: monoku
in a sketchbook
I’m happy to have the above haiku published in Haiku Dialogue’s Haiku Prism series (theme “purple”).
HAIKU DIALOGUE – Haiku Prism – Purple
arguing with pythagoras always the wrong angle
KirstenStar from Pixabay )
even in this van Gogh night ice moon
The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh, 1889)
wild thyme –
the dog’s eyes
full of moon
I’m delighted to have this haiku in the Spring 2020 issue of Wales Haiku Journal.
I’m delighted to have a haiku published in Cattails for the first time. Cattails is the journal of the United Haiku and Tanka Society.
a pelican scoops up
the last flutter
You can access the rest of this lovely issue at the link below.
Click to access cattailsAPRIL2020.pdf
afternoon break –
the seagull and I
stretch our wings
Happy to have the above haiku in Series 3 Episode 8 of the Haiku Pea Podcast.
Series 3 Episode 8: Afternoon break
in a picture book meadow
for her collection
in the stray’s eyes
the dusk lights up
with cricket song
they always flock
to the next tree –
I’m delighted to have these 5 haiku published in The Bamboo Hut Journal of English Language Tanshi. This is my first time appearing in this journal.
like tinkles falling
on sleeping lilies
magic falls to earth
in little bits of dream
Sabine Sauermaul from Pixabay)
plop plop plop!
comes the cane toad
I bet he wants to jump
in puddles too
(Image courtesy of Pixabay)