The Heron's Nest

Volume XIX, Number 2: June 2017

Haiku — page 11

stiff-necked morning
a wedge of light escapes
the icicles

Tom Drescher
Rossland, British Columbia
Canada

late winter wind
the telephone pole
already leans

Lenard D. Moore
Raleigh, North Carolina

the moon
almost empty
winter rain

John Hawk
Columbus, Ohio

false dawn...
I listen to the world
unfurl

Chen-ou Liu
Ajax, Ontario
Canada

a eulogy flows through the bamboo flute spring equinox

Duro Jaiye
Hirakata, Japan

the cold and the rain and the wind
and
forsythia

Linda McCarthy Schick
Brooklyn, New York

putting away
all the winter wear
a warbler's song

Angelee Deodhar
Chandigarh, India

teasing the tightness
out of the buds
spring sun

Michele L. Harvey
Hamilton, New York

birds in flight
the child asks
how to grow wings

Rachel Sutcliffe
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
United Kingdom

neither of us
speaking
raindrops on the tarpaulin

Mark Gilbert
Nottingham, United Kingdom

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