The Heron's Nest

Volume XVII, Number 1: March 2015

Haiku — page 11

my dream voyage in a walnut shell boat

Michele Root-Bernstein
East Lansing, Michigan

foot of the mountain
holding the stone
holding its story

David McKee
Madison, Wisconsin

a glimmer
on the sharpened ulu
hunter's moon

Lynn Edge
Tivoli, Texas

crows cawing...
we add a little bourbon
to the pecan pie

Ashley Rodman
Champaign, Illinois

more stuffing pokes out
of the sofa

Christopher Herold
Port Townsend, Washington

one more doctor
enters the room
autumn snow

Marcus Larsson
Växjö, Sweden

crab spider
a frost moon dangles
out of reach

Debbie Strange
Winnipeg, Manitoba

December dawn
the white birch is the first
to catch its light

Kirsty Karkow
Waldoboro, Maine

Longest winter night.
The owl didn't return
to the nest.

Ali Znaidi
Redeyef, Gafsa

Silent Night —
a distorted world
on the busker's sax

Carl Seguiban
Burnaby, British Columbia


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