Mountain crest
etched against a sky
so blue so blue


—Angèle Lux
        

About the author: Angèle Lux
luxa at videotron.ca

Gatineau (Québec)
Canada

Angèle Lux was born in 1961 in Montreal, Canada. She writes poetry and haiku which have been published in several literary magazines and anthologies and on different web sites. She has been working as a teacher for the past eight years in a private high school in Gatineau, Quebec, where she teaches French and History. Angèle first became interested in haiku in the late 1990s when she realised how haiku is a fundamental way of looking at the world and an aesthetic experience making one aware of the uniqueness of every moment.

 

Responses to the haiku for 23 May 2002 by Angèle Lux

  1.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2003-11-22 05:14:10
     

    nudging the blue sky
    the distant mountain crest ...
    released, clouds swell

  2.  
    sylvain moret (kbayqua at yahoo dot com)
    2005-07-12 17:16:48
     

    angele,
    great to see great french canadian work.
    sylvain


    at the mountain top tourists and anthills

  3.  
    b.m.r.
    2008-12-31 20:18:35
     

    evergreen--
    along with wrapping papers
    tree is thrown out

  4.  
    2009-06-01 15:02:26
     

  5.  
    breastyroyaks (breastyroyaks at contaktn dot com)
    2009-07-07 16:27:34
     

    sharp locality
    I have an Iron Horse) This commitment be my later outing to Sturgis, we make be leaving on July 28th and staying owing to the 8th.

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