The Heron's Nest

Volume XVIII, Number 1: March 2016

Haiku — page 8

the otter's
musky smell—
autumn deepening

Brent Partridge
Orinda, California

old pond
the pockmark
moon

Carlos Colón
Shreveport, Louisiana

Child's bedtime
—the blanket that grew
on a sheep we know

Carol Purington
Colrain, Massachusetts

all the erasers
worn to a nubbin—
rain again today

P M F Johnson
Minneapolis, Minnesota

smoke from the leaf piles
hangs in the trees

Ola Lindberg
Ystad, Sweden

another season
corn leaves rasping
in the dry wind

Frances Jones
Bend, Oregon

sea cliffs—
    guano glowing faintly
in the moonlight

Stephen Kusch
Oakland, California

gone south...
the geese, butterflies
and something in me

Tom Clausen
Ithaca, New York

on all sides of a crow's call the open sky

Martin Paetsch
Hong Kong

autumn wind
neighbor's leaf pile
moves in with mine

Wonja Brucker
Duanesburg, New York

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