2 – 8 featured haiku writer

8 February, 2017
brush or pen in hand
care in capturing detail
through the artist’s eyes
© Kim M Russell 2017

Here is the third haiku from our featured haiku writer this week! Kim Russell also writes children’s novels at Writing in North Norfolk

I enjoyed this haiku because Kim took a different slant on the word care, and I think it works beautifully.
This haiku is part of my CARE series.


6 October, 2016
A purple leaf
holding my breath and eyes
on a rustling path
© Heike Gewi 2016
Heike Gewi is a published writer, tree hugger and haiku poetess, accompanied by an android.
I liked the intake of breath and the sight of the leaf and the sounds of the path…
This haiku is part of my LEAF series.

3 – 2

2 March, 2016
cameras recording
my face and my words – hidden
eyes spy out my thoughts
© Freya Pickard 2016

1 – 16

16 January, 2015
unending, ceaseless
bitter breeze draws hot tears from
my eyes, blinding me
© Freya Pickard 2015

1 – 29 featured haiku writer

29 January, 2014
abysmal ocean
lurking life within those eyes
smudging away kohl
© Vinati Bhola 2014

This week I am featuring Vinati Bhola’s haiku. You can read more of Vinati’s inspirational poetry at beguiling life

12 – 6

6 December, 2013
harsh wind strips skin from
bone, waters the eye sharply
cold air in my lungs.
© Freya Pickard 2013

10 – 21

21 October, 2013
grey mist reveals round
hunched feathered bodies, orange
bills, enquiring eyes
© Freya Pickard 2013

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