The Heron's Nest

Volume XVI, Number 3: September 2014

Haiku — page 7

now retired
his pride measured
in asparagus

Hilary Tann
Schuylerville, New York

sweltering heat
plop after plop of tomatoes
tossed into buckets

John Wisdom
Sarasota, Florida

rustling leaves
fear as old as
the forest itself

Michael Henry Lee
Saint Augustine, Florida

numberless stars
    a long stick to keep
         the campfire going

Christopher Herold
Port Townsend, Washington

just before dawn
Pleiades opens the sky
the warbler's melody

Jo Balistreri
Genesee Depot, Wisconsin

evening calm
a trout glides through a bay
of spent caddis nymphs

Lew Watts
Washington, District of Columbia

school's back—
yabbies escape
the purging bucket

Cynthia Rowe
Sydney, Australia

popcorn clouds
a little girl sings
her ABCs

San Jose, California

wild horses...
shadows of wind
in the floating dust

Chad Lee Robinson
Pierre, South Dakota

evening walk
even the clouds
are dog shaped

David Jacobs
London, United Kingdom

Previous Page

The Heron's Nest XVI.3 (09-14)

Next Page