summer morning:
a mallard keeps just abeam
of the fisherman's boat


—Charles Trumbull
        

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.

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Responses to the haiku for 7 July 2003 by Charles Trumbull

  1.  
    Brian Gierat (bigcarp at ameritech dot net)
    2003-07-07 16:12:26
     

    Charlie! Keep those fishing haiku coming!

  2.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2003-07-11 19:12:20
     

    why is there a lack of originality in most current writings.

    i'll "try" to keep this brief.

    in conveying nature, or being seasonal why do most fail to rise to the challenge.

    a suggestion, mind you, for future references:


    mist upon the lake...

    a mallard abeam
    of the fisherman's boat




    it may have been a summer morning but be a little more expressive.

    steamy reflections

    morning mirage

    dragonflies

    humid sunrise

    sweltering heat

    the list could go on and on

    .................................

    "focus, juxtapose, seasonal, and nature"

    though more often, "in need of repair, credibility, and all too often, the pretenders"

    thanks ferris

  3.  
    john tiong chunghoo
    2003-12-31 22:41:43
     

    bathroom toad
    i throw
    a storm

  4.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2004-06-26 20:16:30
     

    passionate summer evening --
    bird in full voice
    from the darkness

    -

  5.  
    Vasile Moldovan
    2009-01-12 04:34:51
     

    crumbs of bread
    behind the fishing boat-
    manna for wild ducks

  6.  
    b.m.r.
    2009-01-23 12:14:38
     

    winter noon--
    where yesterday
    this same commute
    this same duck bobs

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