G, H, I of Haiku

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G

the bouncing ball
       beats the giggling boy
             down the zig-zag

Cyril Childs, Kokako 14, 2011

 

filling the grave
     more earth
than will go back in

David Cobb, Jumping from Kiyomizu: A Haiku Sequence (Iron Press, 1996)

 

H

honeysuckle
I haven’t been touched
in a long time

Robert Epstein, Mariposa 29, 2013

 

her hazel eyes
somewhere between winter
and spring

Gregory Piko, Presence 58, 2017

 

Mosquito

Image: Dunpharlain, via Wikimedia

I

mosquito she too
insisting insisting she
is is is is is

Peter Yovu, Modern Haiku 35.1, 2004

 

call of the wild
I unzip
her sleeping bag

Dave Read, Failed Haiku 22.2, 2017

3 thoughts on “G, H, I of Haiku

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