Friday, September 25, 2015

Haiku by Gloria Keeley

on a dark bayou
a fish jumps high through the moon
a frog is swimming

moon shines down on me
much like a pearl in the sky
strands around my neck

Gloria Keeley is a graduate of San Francisco State University with a BA and MA in Creative Writing.  She currently volunteers at the grammar school she attended, teaching poetry to the third graders.  Her work has appeared in Spook River Poetry Review, The MacGuffin, 300 Days of Sun, Stillwater, Straylight, and others.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful work, this. Salute!
    But I have a word of caution about moon-ku for you here: