Category Archives: haiku

Haiku Heights Prompt: Desert (two meanings & two pronunciations)

1. no dry is deeper sun steals water from our mouths sieves our cactus skin 2. you leave me empty & broken, the robin’s egg craving its yolk

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haiku heights prompt: tree

one starting maple slender and bending in wind how twigs become trees  

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Silence: The conversation continues

By Susan L. Daniels and Noel A. Ihebuzor S: it echoes– this pause before words weighted breath N: It speaks loud the empty spaces between words S: those moments minds falter before sharing truth N: truth haltered for so long, … Continue reading

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silence–haiku triptych

a haiku chain by Susan Daniels & Noel Ihebuzor it echoes– this pause before words weighted breath It speaks loud the empty spaces between words those moments minds falter before sharing truth ***My friend Noel and I had a haiku conversation in the comments … Continue reading

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silence

it echoes– this pause before words weighted breath

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haiku heights: nature

by nature, i shine a made thing, no more or less than the stars i count

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haiku heights: Witch

wisdom, rooted here a kind of breathing science blooms into magic

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