Haiku

cold moon—
moss covers his name
on the gravestone

 

© Martha Magenta

cattails April 2017
http://www.cattailsjournal.com/issues/cattails_APRIL2017_copy3.pdf

 

 

sparkling cider
a busker blows stars
into the sky

beaver moon
the wind makes a heap
of pine cones

our voices
join the wind
puffballs

© Martha Magenta

Akitso Quarterly Spring 2017

supermoon
a ripe squash hangs
from the trellis

 

cinnamon buns—
the first time I saw
my neighbour

 
blackberry moon
filling jam jars
to the brim

© Martha Magenta

Brass Bell April 1, 2017

 

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About marthamagenta

Martha Magenta lives in Bristol, England, UK. She has a passion for herbalism, gardening, Earth and the environment, animal rights and veganism. She has worked for ActionAid, and Friends of the Earth. She has been writing poetry for several years. More recently she has studied haiku and related arts. Her poetry, haiku, senryu and tanka have appeared in a number of journals and magazines. She collects her published work on a blog: https://marthamagenta.com/
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