Tuesday 10 January 2023

Five Poems by Deborah A. Bennett




 

Haiku Poems


cold moon  -

leaving the last persimmon

for the cuckoo 

 

 

one whose life 

is no less frail -

dew on the wild mushrooms 

 

 

short night -

hazy new orleans moon

warbler's second line

 

 

as red

after the friend's passing 

autumn moon 

 

 

the chestnut tree

has no opinion of me -

autumn evening 

 

Writing haiku for fifty years, Deborah A. Bennett's poems have most recently appeared in Frogpond Journal, Modern Haiku and First Frost Poetry.

 

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