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one-liner haiku: burns, luckring, packer, thompson

One-Liner Haiku:
Burns, Luckring, Packer, Thompson

Kind of Blue the smell of rain

– Allan Burns

open scissors beside a vase of water

– Eve Luckring

January thaw those stories just stories

– Roland Packer

first in the cemetery winter violets

-Tony A. Thompson

[from A NEW RESONANCE, 6, Emerging Voices in English-Language Haiku, edited by Kim Kacian & Dee Evrtts, Red Moon Press, 2009, $17]

4 Comments

  1. Good work again Norb. I’m not familiar with any of these poets so good to see/hear new work. Thanks, Leonard

  2. three small poems

    halloween the scarecrow points a 38 special

    hollow gourd i think when i stop thinking

    Halloween

    On
    Our

    Porch

    Holding
    Hands

    The

    Scare
    Crow

    And

    Big
    Bird

    Hoping All ‘ s Well

    Ed

  3. Smaller, shorter, fewer words… the better.

  4. All terrific.It’s good to see the haiku form is so vividly alive.

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