Friday, August 30, 2013

Haiku by Sue Neufarth Howard

White petals in the night wind,
seeds of stars sprinkled
in moonlit silver gardens.

Wild, wet, naked joy;
oh to be five once again,
dancing in the rain.

These were previously published on the "Virtual Haiku" site on Facebook.

Sue Neufarth Howard - Poet

Cincinnati native, published poet, visual artist, former business writer in marketing and
sales training; retired.

Graduate of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (Speech-Radio/TV) and University
of Cincinnati Evening College (Associate in Art).

 Member, Greater Cincinnati Writers League (GCWL) and Colerain Artists.
Received Third Prize and/or Honorable Mention in several Ohio Poetry Day
Contests since 1998.  1983 Poet Laureate for Clifton Heights/Fairview - Cincinnati
Recreation Commission Neighborhood Poetry Contest.

Poems published in the Journal of Kentucky Studies - 25th Anniversary Edition;
the Mid-America Poetry Review; Nomad's Choir; The Incliner - Cincinnati Art Museum;
the Creative Voices Anthology of the Institute for Learning in Retirement, City of
Cincinnati; in several For a Better World - Poems on Peace and Justice by Greater
Cincinnati Artists anthologies; and Poetic Hours Magazine, Carlton, England.
Poetry chapbooks self published via in 2012: TreeScapes, EarthWords,
and In and Out of the Blue Zoo.

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