More Haiku from Issa’s Snail

Today I’m once again mirroring a post from kipple in order to sample some more of the great poets contributing to interactive renku site Issa’s Snail (see link to the right)

wind and wattle –
a season without
a name


four dolphins ride
the lip of the surf –


a squabble of rosellas
the clouds


a welcome mat –
the tabby unfolds
on a handkerchief of sun

Anne Elvey


swamp gums
in blossom
honeyeaters luncheon


Uluru –
in the distance there sits
a hippopotamus


old wooden bridge
waves of sand
…drifting mist


Southern Cross Station
two silver trains glide in
a blackbird flies out

Rhonda Poholke

One thought on “More Haiku from Issa’s Snail

  1. Absolutely beautiful. I wish I could do this. My haiku always sound trite…ha! But these are excellent and capture not only images but entire stories in the slice of a few words. Thanks for sharing. I’ll check out the site.

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