Simply Haiku: An E-Journal of Haiku and Related Forms
September-October 2004, vol. 2, no. 5

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William J. Higginson: Haiku

the calendar already  
filled with appointments  
made last year misty rain—
  dry pavement under
  the ambulance
breaststroking  
she parts the waves  
fallen blossoms a hunter's moon
  during the eclipse animals
  grow restless
how light  
this wee brown wren  
dropped on the step the commuter train—
  falling leaves swirl
  around its passage
Veterans Day  
a few red leaves  
linger in the trees winter twilight
  only a few old bakers
  in the potato bin
for Robert Spiess:  
   
desert spring—  
nothing, nothing in the world  
but this full moon  

William J. Higginson is the Haiku Clinic Editor of Simply Haiku. A full biography is found here: Higginson Biography.