Saturday 19 November 2022

Haiku by Samo Kreutz

 




HAIKU

 


headwaters ...

flowing forcefully

a new-born's cry

 


imagining

a small boy imagining

me as an old man

 


forty days rain

soaked to the bone

her menopause

 


pilgrimage ...

a faithful companion

the juicy apple

 


smell of petunias

hunched underneath

Jesus on the cross

 


rough sea ...

entangled in plastic

his ashes

 


j'accuse ...

that crow's echo

in my dream

 



Samo Kreutz lives in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Besides poetry (which he has been writing since he was eight years old), he writes novels, short stories and haiku. He is the author of ten books in Slovene and three in English (they are haiku books, one is titled The Stars for Tonight, the second is A Time Different from Ours, and the third No Bigger Than a Crumb, all published by Cyberwit.net from India and are still available at Amazon.com). His recent work has appeared on international websites (and journals), such as Ariel Chart: International Literary Journal, Better than Starbucks: Poetry and Fiction Journal, Green Ink Poetry, Ink Sweat & Tears: The poetry and prose webzine, Lothlorien Poetry Journal, Seashores: Haiku Journal, Stardust Haiku Online Journal, The Bamboo Hut, The Heron's Nest and others.


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