Archive for February, 2013

West and East

Posted in Tanka, Travel on February 28, 2013 by Nori

West and East

. Soaked in the dusk
. Sunset in the West
. Turning over the East is
. A gray sky with no light
. Where its edge cut,
. A white building




Posted in Haiqua, Travel on February 17, 2013 by Tito

When the mule deer stops
Behind a saguaro
One small, dry stone
Clinks down.

….. (Starr Pass, Tucson, Arizona, 7.2.13)


Posted in Haipho, Winter on February 13, 2013 by Tito

click on this haipho by John Parsons to savour its resonance

from the Icebox inbox – 28

Posted in Haiku, Senryu, Submissions, Winter on February 1, 2013 by Tito

deep winter
blending the color
of sky and stone

……… (Michael Henry Lee)

That scrabbling in the radiator: is it the rat my neighbour saw?

Rain. Lead sky. Lifting its bounty to the day: forsythia.

Yes, I have suitcases. No, I don’t want a cab. “Bitch!” one driver calls.

Buffalo. Thick obliterating snow. This electric blanket.

……… (Ellis Avery)

First varifocals
Renew my interest in clouds.

……… (Kamome)