Haiku – 2

In my post yesterday, Haiku, I wrote about my mother’s encouragement to learn about a form. Of course, this is lifelong learning. Today I am reviewing my work to select a few poems from over the years.

birds perch
in sheltering branches
a grain of mustard seed

Matthew 13: 31–32 inspired my poem.
Published by Time of Singing, 1995.

rarely at your grave —
geranium blooms freely
on your workshop stool

Modern Haiku, Fall 1996

Ellen Olinger – Three Questions Series, 2010
Edited by Curtis Dunlap

Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog
Daily Haiku: July 11, 2017

Psalms to pray
and poems to read
sun on seawalls

Dawn Returns
The Haiku Society of America
2022 Members’ Anthology
John J. Han, Editor
Haiku Society of America, New York

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