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Heavy snowfall

it even hides

my grief —

heavy snowfall


Published in Acorn: A Journal of Contemporary Haiku, fall 2019.

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Early autumn

early autumn . . .

as still as a stone

the cat among the rocks


Published in Acorn: A Journal of Contemporary Haiku, fall 2018.

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The shadows of birds

all around the sleeping cat

the shadows of birds

fluttering


Published in Acorn: A Journal of Contemporary Haiku, spring 2018.

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Cubist moon

just cold enough

for puddles to freeze . . .

cubist moon


Published in Acorn: A Journal of Contemporary Haiku, fall 2017.

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Old journal

old journal . . .

turning the pages

gently


Published in Acorn, fall 2016.

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Bounding

bounding

from boulder to boulder

spring runoff


Published in Acorn, spring 2016.

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Chickadee

as if the name

were the bird . . .

chickadee


Published in Acorn, fall 2015.

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Towering hemlock

towering hemlock . . .

the scrabble

of a nuthatch


Published in Acorn, spring 2015.

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