Dick Whyte

Born 1978 in Auckland, New Zealand
Living in Wellington, New Zealand
http://www.wayfarergallery.net
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half moon –
a white face stands out
in Harlem

Simply Haiku Vol. 7, #3 (Autumn, 2009)
& Neverending Story (2013)

 

economic recession –
the sparrows dine on
cherry blossoms

Shreve Memorial Library's Electronic Poetry Network (October 36 – November 1, 2009)
& Haiku News Anthology 2009-2011 (Lawrence & Gibson, 2012)

 

two crows
cleaning themselves –
fresh snow

Daily Haiku Cycle 8 (November, 2009)

 

poverty
no matter where you go,
the moon

Daily Haiku Cycle 8 (November, 2009)

 

 

spring moon . . .
she rethreads my dead
nana's pearls

Ambrosia Issue #3 (2009) & Haijinx Vol. IV, #1 (March, 2011)

 

dawn . . .
the white of a lily
not yet white

Honorable Mention in the Mainichi Haiku Contest (2012)

 

 

in this can of coke
the blood of union leaders –
approaching dusk

World Haiku Anthology On War, Violence and Human Rights Violations (2013)

 

winter sky . . .
the sparrow doesn't know
I'm black

C.2.2 (YetToBeNamedFreePress, 2013)

 

attacks on the poor . . .
a sparrow too, treading
through cloud

Lakeview International Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2 (2013)

 

I return home
without an arm, a leg . . .
drifting clouds

Lakeview International Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2 (2013)

 

the rich getting rich
off the blood of the poor . . .
plum blossom wind

Lakeview International Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2 (2013)

 

war zone . . .
a mouse giving birth,
to stars

Lakeview International Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2 (2013)

 

what do I know
of war, little sparrow . . .
sculpting clouds

unpublished

 

separating
the slums from the suburbs . . .
sparrow's flight

unpublished

 

 

between the
richest and poorest . . .
shadows lengthen

unpublished