Writers' Ink at Caledon Public Library

Haiku for Everyone

Haiku form

Aborted Photography Session

turbulent black clouds

cool the hot face of the moon

wind announces skunk


rain drops on dead leaves

crisp and brittle in the mud

your hand cups my cheek

After the Storm

tear drops drip from buds

held breathless in robes of ice

fleeing from the sun

After the Storm 2

severed limbs of trees

shocked and moaning on my road

anger motorists

Morning News

transport truck hits man

eggs weep in my frying pan

burnt toast drips red jam


black fingers of trees

claw back the receding light

painting the road pink


wind whispers to trees

water caresses red shoes

boat cast adrift, sinks

by Judy Zarowny

About Alton Chapter

The Alton Chapter of Writers' Ink meets the 1st Wednesday of the month from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Alton Branch.

One comment on “Haiku for Everyone

  1. David Chesterton
    June 16, 2016

    Spring Colours

    How can trees provide
    So many greens – rich

    So long in coming
    So colourful, so much

    by David Chesterton

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