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Winter 2008, vol 6 no 4


Nora Wood


first frost—
the young man's voice cracks
for the first time
  dying spring light—
her last breath fades
from the mirror
harvest moon—
dry cornstalks rattle
in the field
  first day of school—
touching the scar where
she cut her first tooth
Easter Sunday—
finding in the bush
last year's egg

Nora Wood Nora Wood is a writer and poet living in Atlanta, Georgia with her two daughters. She took up daily haiku in 2007 as a discipline, creative outlet, and challenge. She has had poems published on line and in print, and one of her haiku is included in the upcoming Lilliput Press Basho Challenge chapbook.