night terminus
on the platform
unbroken snow


—Charles Trumbull
        

Previously published in Fallen Snow: Haiku for the Winter (Cedar Falls, Iowa: Eight Pound Tiger Press, 1996)

About the author: Charles Trumbull is an editor for Encyclopaedia Britannica and lives in Evanston, Illinois. He has been writing haiku since 1991. He was editor (1996-2002) of the Haiku Society of America Newsletter, president of the HSA in 2004 and 2005, and an organizer of the Haiku North America 1999 conference. He is currently editor of Modern Haiku and proprietor of Deep North Press, a publisher of haiku books.

No Web page yet; e-mail: trumbullc at comcast dot net

Responses to the haiku for 31 January 2003 by Charles Trumbull

  1.  
    charlie rossite
    2003-03-25 20:11:37
     

    can't go for "terminus" in a haiku--just too heavy a word

  2.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2003-12-25 10:03:12
     

    hmm, terminus: the end, goal, or limit; a point at either extremity of a travel line; l.__terms



    what was it i aspired ...
    snow covered dreams
    ashes not seen

  3.  
    john tiong chunghoo
    2004-02-03 09:44:44
     

    chinese opera
    his broom that is
    the horse

  4.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2004-06-01 19:44:28
     

    end of the line --
    off in the distant
    her wind swept red hair

    -

  5.  
    paul minter
    2005-07-08 16:19:51
     

    transit security...
    just some mad dog
    in the wino's bag

  6.  
    prado chekov
    2006-05-02 14:53:00
     

    paul minter your haiku is great.

    prado

  7.  
    b.m.r.
    2009-01-11 18:30:58
     

    terminus a quo--
    this winter night
    the darkness blends

  8.  
    Vasile Moldovan (vasilemoldovan at yahoo dot com)
    2009-01-12 01:43:05
     

    at dawn,
    on the snow from the last night
    footprints of sparrows

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