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Autumn 2006, vol 4 no 3

HAIKU

Natalia L. Rudychev

 

after the rain
cherry blossoms
shed drops of sun
 
   
  muddy boots
next to slippers
of indoor spring
   
a light wind...
the fox exhales
blooms
 
   
  o
l
d
fire
escape
from
the
street
to
the
moon
 
home alone
the moon
falls through the clouds
 
   

Natalia L. Rudychev Natalia L. Rudychev was born in St.Petersburg, Russia in 1971. She has two MA degrees in linguistics and literature studies. Currently she is working toward a PhD degree in philosophy at Duquesne University. She has several scholarly publications on Tarkovsky, Joyce, Deleuze, and Hegel (International Studies in Philosophy, RuBrica, Vestnik) She is a member of the Haiku Society of America and Tanka Society of America. Her poems have been published or are forthcoming in bottle rockets, red lights, Ribbons, Presence, Quill, Pen, Vestnik, Aporetika, American Open Mike, and lexicon. Natalia is an amateur photographer. She finds delight in nature's little wonders.