The Heron's Nest

Volume XVI, Number 4: December 2014

Haiku — page 6

fresh azure sky
the lark
ascending

Dan Daly
Ballwin, Missouri

sine wave
a purple finch
does the math

Alan S. Bridges
Littleton, Massachusetts

cooling shade—
cedar waxwings fly in and out
of the honeysuckle

Wally Swist
Amherst, Massachusetts

mimosa flowers
drifting in the breeze...
not wanting my book to end

Debra Fox
Wynnewood, Pennsylvania

the little shift
in the blue jay's song
accepting my age

Peter Newton
Winchendon, Massachusetts

self portrait
the summer dress
i wore out

frances angela
London, England

ancient songs...
an elder's sweat
rolls off the bone-flute

Chase Gagnon
Detroit, Michigan

brackish pond—
just a hint of the bullhead
in the blackness

Jay Friedenberg
New York, New York

Wet mud shines
where the grasshopper was—
my vow of silence

Rebecca Lilly
Port Republic, Virginia

a fish soars
impaled on osprey talons—
the soft blue sky

Melissa Watkins Starr
Portsmouth, Virginia

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