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Hanging Moon

autumn eve; the hanging moon dallies in a puddle (published in World Haiku Review, August 2009 p.2 Vol. 7 Issue 2)

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Late Autumn

late autumn; silence falls between bare limbs

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Empty Dreams

empty dreams . . . the falling blossoms of a cherry tree

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Between

between grass blades . . . the sound of a droplet shifting weight

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Haiku Wisdom

Haiku Wisdom, Don Baird’s latest book is published and ready for folks to grab and read! Denis Garrison, owner of MET Press, is the gentleman that published Don’s latest book, Haiku Wisdom. He did a fantastic job and we’re all … Continue reading

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how small the ant, how small the sugar … how long this day

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Almost Spring

I’m watching the yard.  There are signs of growth – little buds and birds scurrying to fix up nests.  This is my favorite time of year.  Spring is magical in all its ways. rose buds twiddling thumbs wait for spring … Continue reading

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Urban Haiku

lighting up a beggar smiles at himself keeping it slow . . . another car leaves my mirror back alley an old train track to nowhere cars honking from all directions – one-way wrong-way! mounted police the clopping hooves on … Continue reading

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Snowbound

Years back we had taken our shephard to Mammoth Mountains.  There was still snow on the ground and he loved it.  In fact, he went crazy for it.  He ran and slid and tried to bite it.  It was like … Continue reading

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