CHRIS GORDON Modern Haiku Vol. 33.2

September 15, 2013 § Leave a comment

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rain drops drip around the fingerprints on the glass rough tear in the seat

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green at the close of winter a broken crate in the empty train car

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are you asking me because it’s your job or because you want to know?

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twilight those children shout the names of their dogs Freeway and Tequila

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Four seventeen syllable single-line haiku. Chosen by Robert Spiess. Lee Gurga’s first issue as Editor of Modern Haiku. I was invited to contribute the cover art. Freeway and Tequila appeared in Haiku 21 – An anthology of contemporary English-language haiku (Modern Haiku Press 2011). I contributed the cover art to this endeavor as well (Castor & Pollux – Mixed Media 2010).

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