alone at the table
the sleepy child eyes
a pomegranate rind

—Matt Robison
        

I am a technical writer and editor living near Dayton, Ohio.

About the author: I'm a technical writer and a musician living near Dayton, Ohio. At work, I love the challenge of using precision to create a single meaning, to close doors. In music and poetry I love the challenge of using it to find and open doors. For me, each is the antidote for too much of the other.

Responses to the haiku for 23 November 2006 by Matt Robison

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    b. m. richardson (orgbob at webtv dot net)
    2006-11-24 16:32:21
     

    shimmering ghostly form
    cross the autumn field--
    a chilling downpour

  2.  
    Alan Summers
    2006-11-25 05:36:03
     

    I really think this is so engaging, and original!

  3.  
    David Fox (davidirafox at yahoo dot com)
    2006-11-25 09:17:42
     

    A sad, but beautiful piece.
    ~David Fox

  4.  
    Judy Giles (judyjudyetc at yahoo dot com)
    2007-02-01 21:17:36
     

    Mr. Robison, your words; prose, lyrics, or poetry are one of the best reasons I know that it's such a tremendous perk that we were given letters to make things with.

  5.  
    b.m.r.
    2009-12-04 20:18:38
     

    moon gone missing--
    this autumn silent night
    street light lifts my spirit

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