Monthly Archives: October 2013

“snow on the log pile”

snow on the log pile more wood than we can burn Modern Haiku 44.3      Advertisements

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“buddleia”

buddleia burnt out first frost Daily Haiku Cycle 15       

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“grandpa’s desk”

grandpa’s desk the woodworm engram Daily Haiku Cycle 15      

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Dad

He looms hesitantly through the frosted glass, then opens the door. He stares out, eyes like a South Park character’s, then his face fumbles a smile.  I try not to overhug his rigid frailty.  Inside, the house smells of dust … Continue reading

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Our Nose

Noses run in our family.  I inherited mine from my mother and have, in turn, passed the heirloom on to my kids.  When my mother was young, and such things mattered, she was often asked if she was Jewish.  I … Continue reading

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