Jim O'Brien, Ann Hart and Will Reger

Jim O'Brien, Ann Hart and Will Reger

C-U haiku, March 17, 2019

Drums boom past earshot

Mundane thoughts cloud all possible

Lilies from past tears

— Braden Shain, Savoy

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C-U haiku, March 10, 2019

Crystal lights appear

On rusty, dangling, dead leaves;

Spring begins twinkling.

— Kathleen Owen, Decatur

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C-U haiku, March 3, 2019

Daybreaks

Victims in the web

Satisfied spider

— Jennifer Carr, Santa Fe, N.M.

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C-U haiku, Feb. 24, 2019

Cold foggy dampness

Presses hard against my bones

Desperate for sun

— Terry Schamber, Sadorus

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C-U haiku, Feb. 17, 2019

Dog dreams beside me

Red fox leaves footprints in snow

Both hunting rabbits

— Jane Desmond, Champaign

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C-U haiku, Feb. 10, 2019

snow falls peacefully

covering trees and houses

while spring flowers sleep

— Makenna Grace Scribner, Decatur

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C-U haiku, Feb. 3, 2019

Above salted streets,

frozen, barren, and unfeeling,

a wayward goose calls

— Evan Tammen, Savoy

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C-U haiku, Jan. 27, 2019

snow knows transforming-

traveling — ice-water-gas

earth-sky-stratosphere

— Ruth Siburt, Decatur

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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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