Two of my latest haiku appear in this wonderful magazine!

hedgerow: a journal of small poems

welcome to the latest issue of hedgerow. as always grateful to contributors & readers alike. thank you all for being here!

october’s resident artist is Alexis Rotella. if you enjoy her art, please have a peek at the link below —

https://hedgerowpoems.wordpress.com/poet-artist-in-conversation/

with love & kindness.

she sings
on the rainswept corner
her bags
full of rubies and frogs
a green fairy plays a flute

Carole Johnston lives and writes in Lexington, Kentucky, USA, although she is from “nowhere zen.”

Bat in the belfry

her chipped mug
nothing remains
unbroken

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temple bell tolling the emptiness inside things

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sun shower
darting this way and that
skink on the cobblestones

Mark Miller lives in a tiny seaside village on the east coast of Australia, where he has been writing haiku for many years.

Traveling to the other side

blood moon
I still
love you

Grant Savage (Marmota monax x Homo sapiens)…

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