late sun
a dandelion wisp floats
into shade

—Jeffrey Winke
        

About the author: Jeffrey Winke, jeff_winke at yahoo dot com

Jeffrey Winke is an industrial writer and adjunct university professor of modern poetry, business communication and public speaking in Milwaukee, Wis. His recent book What's Not There: Selected Haiku of Jeffrey Winke is a 2002 Merit Book Award winner. His motion graphics haiku collection, Chances, has been selected as a Cool Site winner. And a collection of Winke's essays combined with found art was recently exhibited at Milwaukee's Green Dragon Freedom Cafè gallery.

 

Responses to the haiku for 22 June 2004 by Jeffrey Winke

  1.  
    2004-06-22 15:59:57
     

    white wings
    flutter of late spring
    follow me home

  2.  
    john e allen (zzjohn at powerup dot com dot au)
    2004-06-22 16:50:53
     

    Well written Jeffrey, you have an outstanding grasp of Haiku.

    late sun
    rose fingers
    sketch outlines of the hills

  3.  
    River Malcolm
    2004-06-22 17:41:22
     

    love your late wisp floating shadeward...and then there's the less transient aspect of dandelions...

    "searching for roots" --
    dandelions give the phrase
    deeper meaning

  4.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2004-06-25 02:53:08
     

    twilight, in the forest
    of many trees --
    only one bird sings

    -

  5.  
    john tiong chunghoo
    2004-06-25 08:47:52
     

    frenzied dance
    over field
    little moths' evening play

  6.  
    charlie rossiter
    2004-07-07 11:27:35
     

    nice poem jj

    charlie

  7.  
    bob richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2004-09-06 18:16:59
     

    too soon the sun
    the web unravels

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