Friday, November 8, 2013

Haiku by Alek Barkats

5ive syllable hook
Se7en syllable image        n
Then end with a  t         r

woke with the highway
interstate system drawn up
and down my body

Alek Barkats is a second grade teacher in Washington, D.C. He has had poetry and fiction published in 48hour Magazine and Ostrenenie Magazine.

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Haiku by Les Merton

damp with tears our song
plays on as it slowly drys
in the summer breeze
an owl’s ghostly flight
the thin curl of a new moon
winter glittering
Les Merton’s writing has appeared in magazines, anthologies and on web sites around the world. He has also written 20 books and is the founder/editor of Poetry Cornwall.

Monday, November 4, 2013

Haiku by Sara Bickley

It is not true that
all toast lands butter side down.
Not all toast gets dropped.
Sara Bickley is a student at the University of Montana. Her very short poems have previously appeared in Every Day Poets, High Coup Journal, and Three Line Poetry.