12-13

13 December, 2019

on a sandy beach

old couples hunt for seashells

footprints disappear

© Bruce C. Jewett 2019

 

“Sitting in the catbird seat reading Issa.”

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


12-9

9 December, 2019

trinkets for mermaids

seashells gathered by children

so will my bones be

© Bruce C. Jewett 2019

 

“Sitting in the catbird seat reading Issa.”

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


12-4

4 December, 2019

man returns to dust

surrendering to his fate

as the earth spins on

© Tina Stewart Brakebill 2019

 

Tina’s blog continues to grow and change but happily her haiku addiction continues unabated.  

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


Dorian

1 December, 2019

No beauty this storm,

Bahamian ripsody,

Shredding the sweet earth.

© Bill Engleson 2019

 

I write to keep the brain in me alive, to keep one step ahead of the bailiff of time.

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


11-29

29 November, 2019

An old wounded tree–

Exposed to sun rain and wind

Its few leaves, leaving

© Ma. Milagros T. Dumdum 2019

 

Ma. Milagros T. Dumdum, or Gingging, who works as a financial advisor, loves to wear hats; she had a Haiku Sequence (123 Haiku) published in 2018, entitled Falling on Quiet Water.

This is Gingging’s first appearance on Pure Haiku!

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


11-28

28 November, 2019

Globules of noon rain

Unstoppably rolling down

A broken mirror

© Ma. Milagros T. Dumdum 2019

 

Ma. Milagros T. Dumdum, or Gingging, who works as a financial advisor, loves to wear hats; she had a Haiku Sequence (123 Haiku) published in 2018, entitled Falling on Quiet Water.

This is Gingging’s first appearance on Pure Haiku!

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


11-27

27 November, 2019

September morning…

from its egg to the water

the young turtle breaks

© Pat Geyer 2019

 

Pat Geyer lives in East Brunswick, NJ, USA. When a thing she loves
breaks, she puts the pieces in a jar. Her consolation, making a mosaic
filled with memories; fragments of old poems and photos.

This haiku is part of our theme of Disintegrate.


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