Kat Creighton

 

high water mark -

no way to measure

all that’s been lost

 

 

morning fog

no hint of the beachcomber

but for his whistle

 

A Hundred Gourds December 2011 Haiga

 

falling leaves

so many ways to count

our numbered days

 

Notes From The Gean March 2012 Haiga

 

wild geese

the shape of wind

on water

 

Notes From The Gean March 2012 Haiga

 

late winter

the ache in my bones

as I lay them down

 

World Haiku Review April 2012

 

in the seconds

between lightning and thunder

our plans recast

 

A Hundred Gourds June 2012 Haiga

 

it makes no difference

this wall

to the gulls or the terns

 

A Hundred Gourds June 2012 Haiga

 

coaxing me

to believe in god again

this sunset

 

A Hundred Gourds June 2012 Haiga

 

heatwave

I dream myself

a mermaid

 

Simply Haiku Summer 2012 Haiga

 

midnight frost

my prayers as I see them

unanswered

 

Simply Haiku Summer 2012 Haiga

 

between dreaming and waking the faithfulness of dawn

 

 

 

the rain now snow …

I think of things

I might have said