In our living room is a large double window. The children often sit in front of it in the afternoon and play or read. After leaving my faith, I’ve only seen myself as brain and bones. Yet, when I watch them gleam in the sunlight I wonder if there may yet still be more. Continue reading “Rebirth”
I begin to question whether I need organic water too. playground stares my daughter’s unkempt hair flying free Akitsu Quarterly – Summer 2018
Morning Star I take a step in my mother’s shoes Stardust Haiku: Issue 17 – May 2018
storm windows we move into separate rooms Haiku Windows Series – 5/22/18
after school alone on the window seat Haiku Windows Series – Window Seat
Delighted to have two haibun in the inaugural issue of bonsai: a journal of haiku & other small poems! Worth It Upon seeing her newborn photo, my eldest asks, “Was I little?” “Very” “Am I still little?” “Always” warm embrace the years she’s soaked into me The Kindness of Strangers “She’s learning toContinue reading “Worth It/The Kindness of Strangers”
relaxing each muscle melting snow Delighted to appear in hedgerow #123: a journal of small poems – Spring 2018!
hospital window I look without seeing Honored to be featured with commentary this week on Haiku Windows!
Pleased to be among the pages of the first edition of ephemerae (Volume 1, A – April 2018)! sabbath day the click clack of blocks built and rebuilt on an Arizona highway my sister holds the phone to your ear i know i’ll never hear you, feel you, smell you again butContinue reading “ephemerae”
Had the pleasure today of walking the newly unveiled Seasons of Haiku Interpretive Trail at Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, Ohio, USA. Each season a new set of haiku will be displayed and I am honored to have one in the summer group: emerald sky my toddler and I name the trees
washing my windows just like grandma taught me first home Haiku Windows Series – Window Cleaner (5/2/18)