Sunday, June 23, 2013

Haiku by Corey Cook

-Leafing Out-

Hillside smolders -
smoky green wisps unfurling
as sun burns through haze.

meteor shower
obscured by clouds - fox ignites
fallow field

MRI scheduled -
red maple’s crown riddled
with blossoming clots
Corey Cook’s three-lined poems have appeared in The Aurorean, bear creek haiku, Brevities, Four and Twenty, Lilliput Review, and elsewhere. Longer work has recently been featured or is forthcoming in Boston Literary Magazine, The Germ, Red River Review, Smoky Quartz Quarterly, The Somerville News, THRUSH Poetry Journal, Wild Goose Poetry Review, and Wilderness House Literary Review. Corey works in New Hampshire and lives in Vermont.

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