Jim O'Brien, Ann Hart and Will Reger

Jim O'Brien, Ann Hart and Will Reger

C-U haiku, May 19, 2019

a barn cat stalks

the space left behind by

an open door

— James Babbs, Stanford, Ill.

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C-U haiku, May 12, 2019

Indoor seedlings lean

Stay low to the potting soil

Faced to greet the sun

— Catherine Waisvisz, Champaign

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C-U haiku, May 5, 2019

pear tree blossoms swirl

crocheted lace lines the sidewalk

spring's needlework

— Elaine Hershbarger, Champaign

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C-U haiku, April 28, 2019

A hush of green down

hovers over roosting trees.

Leaves are hatching out.

— Lynne Proctor Sancken, Tolono

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C-U haiku, April 14-21, 2019

As your pillow cools

Barred owl mourns the setting moon

Sorrow painted dawn

— Ann Hart, Mahomet

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C-U haiku, April 7, 2019

A mouse saves itself

By understanding the trap

Not the taste of cheese

— Will Reger, Champaign

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C-U haiku, March 31, 2019

A blue sky cut

into a thousand-piece puzzle

by the bare branches.

— John Palen, Urbana

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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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