work published in the brand new ‘Wales Haiku Journal’

orb weaver
floats a line
on the wind

 

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beachcombing
a cracked inkwell
filled with mud

 

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end of summer
the smell of neoprene
drying

 

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father’s day
a chair left under
the cherry tree

 

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a redshank’s echo skims the river moon

 

 

 

Wales Haiku Journal, Spring 2018, ed. Paul Chambers 

( https://www.waleshaikujournal.com/spring2018 )

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14 thoughts on “work published in the brand new ‘Wales Haiku Journal’

  1. All great work!

    These two effected me both deeply and differently:

    father’s day
    a chair left under
    the cherry tree

    a redshank’s echo skims the river moon

    All of them terrific work!

    warm regards,
    Alan

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Pat Davis

    Hi Caroline – I love your work – especially, “father’s day”. There are so many cherry tree and cherry blossom poems out there, you have managed to be original amongst them all! a

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