Joshua Eric WilliamsJoshua Eric Williams


Born 1983 in Carrollton, GA, USA
Joshua Eric Williams is from Carrollton, GA. He has an M.A. in Creative Writing with an emphasis in poetry from Western State Colorado University. His work explores and experiments with short forms (including haiku, senryu, epigrams, sonnets, pantoums, and villanelles).


 

 

winter rain—
the history of birds
in the chimney

Frogpond  38.1, Winter 2015

 

deep breaths the distance of a falling star

A Hundred Gourds  4.4, September 2015

 

the melted snow i will catch myself in

Sonic Boom Journal  Issue 5, April 2016

 

backlit clouds
i turn into
my wife's voice

Modern Haiku  48.1, Winter-Spring 2017

 

as for as far as
            the eye could
                        see the crow

is / let  April 08, 2017

 

starless
distant faces drift on
their devices

is / let  April 08, 2017

 

rain clouds
what could have been doves
from tipped perches

The Distant Wild, Kattywompus Press 2017

 

hovering kite
the patch of wildflowers
over my father's grave

The Distant Wild, Kattywompus Press 2017

magnolia blooms—
reading the same bills
my father had

The Distant Wild, Kattywompus Press 2017

zebra crossing
the barred windows
i walk in

The Distant Wild, Kattywompus Press 2017

 

starless night
missing
what i never had

The Distant Wild, Kattywompus Press 2017

 

carbon cycle
the cufflink i lost
in grass

The Distant Wild, Kattywompus Press 2017

 

mag(net)ic north
an oak's shaking leaves
in the compass glass

The Distant Wild, Kattywompus Press 2017