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A Hundred Gourds 5:3 June 2016

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A Bit of Ourselves – Haiku by the Gourds Team

| Introduction | page 2 | page 3 |page 4 | page 5 | page 6 |page 7 | page 8
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Ray Rasmussen – Canada


Haibun Editor


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midday hush –
the rasp of a mallard
calling his mate

spaceThe Heron's Nest #6:7, 2004

 

  first meditation class –
he begins by gazing at
the blonde's navel

spaceSimply Haiku #4:2, 2006



monkshood bloom –
the whine of mosquitoes
seems diminished

space Modern Haiku

 

  lucky moon –
even when waning
no one replaces you

spaceContemporary Haibun Online #1:3, 2005



spring sun –
cedar waxwings fill
the leafless plum

spaceThe Heron's Nest #7:2, 2005

 

  divorce procedings –
things his, not hers
hers, not his

spaceWorld Haiku Review



winter evening –
holding only
the warmth of a fire

space A Hundred Gourds 2:2, 2013

 


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