cattails
September 2016
Haiku
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UHTS collected works

poppies
growing across the field
the moon

Dietmar Tauchner
Austria

spreading its wings
to the end of days—
black swallowtail

Ruth Holzer
USA


blue moon
the time light takes
to return

Rachel Sutcliffe
United Kingdom

balancing
in the typhoon wind
honeybee hives

Jesus Chameleon
USA


baby babbling...
his hands grab at the threads
of spring sunlight

Chen-ou Liu
Canada


a single rose
cloaked in first frost...
her parting words

Nika
Canada

spring breeze
the wind chimes play
catch and release

Michael Henry Lee
USA

deer crossing
in the noon of night
hunter's moon

Barbara Tate
USA


following the trail
through the aspen thicket
a ruffed grouse explodes

Michael Flanagan
USA


to say hello
another summer
visiting graveyards

Edward J. Rielly
USA


morning drive
an eagle scoops a hare
from the foggy meadow

Aju Mukhopadhyay
India


craft brew tasting
at the solstice beer festival
bad moons rising*

Clifford William Lindemann
South Africa

*“Bad Moon Rising" is a song written by John Fogerty and performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival, September 1969.