The Heron's Nest

Volume XX, Number 3: September 2018

Haiku — page 10

quiet night...
a water strider rests
on a star

Dave Read
Calgary, Alberta
Canada

more substantial
than the flexing cobweb
its shadow

Ruth Yarrow
Ithaca, New York

Alpine holiday
recalled in one shake
of a snow globe

Mark Gilfillan
London, England

moonlit shallows
a stranded octopus
enters the afterlife

Ron C. Moss
Leslie Vale, Tasmania
Australia

mackerel sky
the curlew becomes one
with the mudflat

Alison Woolpert
Santa Cruz, California

shorter days
the ping
in plum jam lids

Mary Weiler
Austin, Texas

autumn colors
begin to arrive
classroom coat hooks

Barbara Snow
Eugene, Oregon

autumn wind—
what to do
with my druthers

Francine Banwarth
Dubuque, Iowa

in the wake
of the newlyweds' car
autumn leaves

Tanya McDonald
Woodinville, Washington

crow scolding squirrel scolding crow

Cherie Hunter Day
Menlo Park, California

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