Jim O'Brien, Ann Hart and Will Reger

Jim O'Brien, Ann Hart and Will Reger

C-U haiku, Jan. 20, 2019

window mullions

segmenting snow squalls —

white squirrel digging

— Elaine Wilburt, Easton, Md.

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C-U haiku, Jan. 13, 2019

Pre-dawn sliver moon.

Even Venus burns brighter.

The tides still ebb, though.

— Rob Owen, Decatur

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C-U haiku, Jan. 6, 2019

longer days intrude

on the peaceful starlit sky

opossum rises early

— Jim O'Brien, Saint Joseph

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C-U haiku, Dec. 30, 2018

Tumultuous blue;

Wind and water disagree,

Collide in rage.

— Kathleen Owen, Decatur

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C-U haiku, Dec. 23, 2018

Winter hangs upside-

Down, spinning white filaments

Spilling all around

— Sheri Daley, Champaign

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C-U haiku, Dec. 16, 2018

bobwhite in a tree

near an open window

repeating its name

— James Babbs, Stanford, Ill.

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Dark tree skeletons

Against the steely grey sky

Dusted with first snow.

— Rob Owen, Decatur

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C-U haiku, Nov. 18, 2018

sleek white pelicans

etch our blue Midwestern skies

welcome immigrants

— Ruth Siburt, Decatur

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C-U haiku, Nov. 11, 2018

Tear-drop ruby leaf

Wind drifts from top of elm branch

Onto the curbed road.

— Kathleen Owen, Decatur

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C-U haiku, Nov. 4, 2018

Middle Fork River

shivery silvery slice

of diversity

— Sheri Daley, Champaign

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