The Heron's Nest

Volume XX, Number 3: September 2018

Haiku — page 2

her hand-woven shawl
lightly draped...
river mist

Jenny Fraser
Mt Maunganui, Bay of Plenty
New Zealand

evening musicale
the pianist opens
for the moon

Michele Root-Bernstein
East Lansing, Michigan

darkened village
the bat's calls bouncing off
the Milky Way

Loris John Fazio
Via Gaetano Sanfilippo

through all the streets
through all the smells
same moon

Kasturi Jadhav
Mumbai, Maharashtra

lost dog
I leave my voice
in every street

Madhuri Pillai
Melbourne, Australia

first coyote's
dark ululation
then there are ten

Janet Ruth
Corrales, New Mexico

family nostalgia
she bites a loose thread
in the narrative

Sondra J. Byrnes
Santa Fe, New Mexico

be a woman first...
grandmother whispers
her last words

Kala Ramesh
Pune, India

ancient bowl
the fire's breath held
in the wood ash glaze

Michael Sheffield
Santa Rosa, California

a stone arrowhead
darkened by the rain

Garry Eaton
Port Moody, British Columbia

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