Friday, April 9, 2021

Three contemporary haiku by Elizabeth Crocket


wild rose

how soon

the colour fades



after the storm

the smell

of cherry blossoms



surgical oncologist

this appointment

we chat about my writing


Elizabeth Crocket has had two books shortlisted for the American Haiku Foundation Touchstone Distinguished Books Award. Her haiku has been published in most of the leading Japanese short form journals. She has a collage haiga (collage paired with haiku) online gallery that will be included in the American Haiku Foundation online haiga gallery in July. You can find her on Instagram @elizabethcrocketauthor.

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