winter moon
the sea laps
at old tide marks

—Graham Nunn
        

About the author: Graham Nunn is a Queensland born poet who has had haiku published in international journals paper wasp and yellow moon and on tinywords.com. Recently he received a highly commended in the Seed Pearls International Yellow Moon Literary Competition, for his haiku. He also recently won the Yellow Moon renga competition writing with Rowan Donovan and the 2002 Jack Stamm haiku competiton.

e-mail contact kilbey at optusnet.com.au

Responses to the haiku for 11 December 2003 by Graham Nunn

  1.  
    Jason Pak
    2003-12-11 17:02:50
     

    Takes me back to a summer river, when days were long and walking home from work could include a long detour...

  2.  
    2003-12-11 18:23:45
     

    A neat, subtle poem, almost understated, certainly evocative. I like it. I once wrote, in somewhat similar vein:-

    incoming tide
    the very last patch
    of dry sand

  3.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2003-12-13 02:57:05
     

    december eve

    tropical breeze ~
    stirs the palms

  4.  
    john tiong chunghoo
    2003-12-15 23:54:20
     

    autumn moon
    the glow on
    the persimmons

  5.  
    Laryalee Fraser (laryalee at hotmail dot com)
    2003-12-18 00:08:53
     

    autumn breeze --
    on the deserted beach
    waves frolic

  6.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2004-07-26 17:19:25
     

    sweltering summer sun
    steamy afternoon shower ...
    rain down

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