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Call of the Page (Alan & Karen)

Monday, December 31, 2012

A selection of haiku by Alan Summers over the latter part of 2012

rain on the river the jesus star shifting

Janice M Bostok Haiku Prize 2012 Anthology Evening Breeze

train whistle
a blackbird hops
along its notes

Publications credits:
Presence #47 (December 2012)

the childing autumn
I forget heartbreak
stains to violets

Publication Credits: Notes from the Gean Haiku Monthly (December 2012)

black rainbows?
mark her clock out
in cherries

Publication Credits: Notes from the Gean Haiku Monthly (December 2012)

cloud mountain
she screams her daughter's name
into the month of march

Publication Credits: Air, British Haiku Society Members’ Anthology (2012)

Maple moon
Grandmother’s recipe
settles in the pan

Publication Credits: Asahi Shimbun (Japan, November 2012); From the Icebox (December 2012, Hailstone Haiku Group, Japan)

green clouds
the scarecrow worries
a loose thread

Publication Credits: Asahi Shimbun (Japan 2012)

toy suns
the winter-dark rain
smashes the city

Publications credits:
Blithe Spirit (vol 23 no. 4 November 2012); Does Fish-God Know (YTBN Press 2012)

drifting rain 
my hundred autumn rooms 
to be alone

Publication Credits: Mainichi Shimbun (Japan, Oct. 2012)

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