Tracy DavidsonTracy Davidson

Born 1970 in Paisley, Scotland
Living in Warwickshire, England

 

solar eclipse
your halo
slips a little

Honorable Mention in 2014 Haiku Poets of Northern California Haiku Contest

 

my footprint fades
with the turning tide
hint of whale song

Honorable Mention in 2015 Robert Spiess Memorial Haiku Awards

 

empty jam jar
the tadpoles
in the u-bend

Highly Commended in 2014 Irish Haiku Society International Haiku Competition

 

Perseids . . .
the shower
big enough for both of us

A Hundred Gourds Issue 4:1 December 2014

 

an echo
of happier times
her voice on the mixed tape

tinywords Issue 15.1  28 April 2015

 

carousel
the same old baggage
coming round again

Highly Commended in New Zealand Poetry Society Haiku Competition 2014

 

saying grace
my daughter asks
who the 'arm men' are

A Hundred Gourds Issue 4:2 March 2015

 

year of the dragon
my future mother-in-law
slips me her room key

Honorable Mention in 2012 Tokutomi Haiku Contest

 

beestung lips
my daughter regrets
her taste for honey

Haiku Presence Issue 51 2014

 

summer picnic
my son finds beetle tracks
in the butter

A Hundred Gourds Issue 2:4 September 2013