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Haiku

  skinny dipping we swim among the stars   a killer storm hammers the town — umbrella skeletons   © Martha Magenta brass bell: a haiku journal issue September 2017 http://brassbellhaiku.blogspot.com/ Advertisements

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Haiku

  summer breeze wheat ears bend into birdsong © Martha Magenta The Heron’s Nest Volume XIX, Number 3 September 2017 http://www.theheronsnest.com/September2017/haiku-p9.html    

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9th Yamadera Basho Memorial Museum Haiku Contest 2017 – Selected Haiku Collection

    fallen cherry buds . . . heavy rain falls on the tiny coffin   still pool . . . the silence broken by the plop of an otter – Martha Magenta   Selected Haiku Submissions Collection The 9th … Continue reading

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Haiku

  white sky— the empty space for thoughts     bluebird song— hiding in the grass an iris     open daffodils— a little girl twirls her yellow dress   – Martha Magenta   brass bell May 1, 2017 http://brassbellhaiku.blogspot.co.uk/

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Beyond the Midnight Blue

  I love to love you in the Spring, When nesting birds take to wing.  When sunlight glints on morning dew, My heart sings melodies for you. And when the sun drops behind the hills, When all is dark and … Continue reading

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Tanka

  between the hills day moon hovers at dawn your face no longer nestles in the pillows     where did I lose you even our footprints scrambled in the gravel scarcely a weed grows on such stony ground   … Continue reading

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