The Heron's Nest

Volume XIX, Number 2: June 2017

Haiku — page 5

autumn butterfly...
the beauty
of last things

Angela Terry
Lake Forest Park, Washington

lily pads
rearrange
the moonlight

Kathryn Stevens
Cary, North Carolina

day moon
knowing I overstayed
my welcome

Carmen Sterba
University Place, Washington

scraping
a rusty can
the sound of empty

Peter Jastermsky
Irvine, California

a chipmunk
clutches its acorn—
Indian summer

Anna Cates
Wilmington, Ohio

autumn sea...
the driftwood shapes
of old grief

Rebecca Drouilhet
Picayune, Mississippi

rubbing salt
into its wounds
grandpa's cutting board

Michele L. Harvey
Hamilton, New York

quoting lines
from a dead poet
autumn deepens

Tom Painting
Atlanta, Georgia

December evening
my old Stetson
keeps dust off the shelf

Guy Nesom
Fort Worth, Texas

snow globe
falling for
its little village

Peter Newton
Winchendon, Massachusetts

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