The Heron's Nest

Volume XVIII, Number 3: September 2016

Haiku — page 7

muezzin call...
the glint of morning
on a desert rose

Kyle Sullivan
Kaohsiung, Taiwan

red pickup
nothing left but
a dust cloud

Dottie Piet
Tulsa, Oklahoma

mid-day heat
the young hooker
adjusts her skirt

Nika
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada

jostled by the tide—
luminescent tentacles
of a cuttlefish

Ian Willey
Takamatsu, Kagawa
Japan

heat wave
railroad tracks
dance to the vanishing point

Marsh Muirhead
Bemidji, Minnesota

talk of love
the trail explodes
with ladybugs

Bruce H. Feingold
Berkeley, California

cobwebs in the loft
the rope we used to swing on
when we flew like birds

Michael Flanagan
Woodbury, Minnesota

summer afternoon
the cloud saga
just begun

David Boyer
Stamford, Connecticut

ice cream
thickening as it churns
family reunion

Alice Frampton
Seabeck, Washington

picnic
lightning
how many seconds

PMF Johnson
Minneapolis, Minnesota

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