4 – 27

Piano player
in raptured silence listens
to the blackbird’s song.
© Jane Dougherty 2015

This week Jane Dougherty is the featured haiku writer here at Pure Haiku. Jane has been writing haiku for a year and has been published in The Hedgerow Journal. You can read more of her work at Jane Dougherty

11 Responses to 4 – 27

  1. The beautiy of nature is captured in Jane’s lovely words. 🙂

  2. purehaiku says:

    I liked the way Jane changes the feel of this haiku – to begin with you think it’s going to be about a piano tune, and then you discover it’s about the silence between tunes, when nature’s voice can be heard – beautiful!

  3. Reblogged this on Jane Dougherty Writes and commented:
    I am the featured poet this week on Freya’s Haiku blog. Please visit if you enjoy the small joys of haiku.

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