Sara Winteridge

Living in Fordingbridge, Hampshire, U.K.

 

a laptop gnat
looking for the light
in a Bergman film

Notes from the Gean 2013

 

the news
no one wanted to hear
drumming rain

Modern Haiku 44.1, 2013

 

wounded sky – the apothecary fly returns to base camp

Bones #2,  2013

 

abortion clinic –
they name a blind fish
from a deepwater cave

Bones #2, 2013

 

excavating – a seam of roman noses in the dream trench

Bones #3, 2013

 

mapped in magenta
the isthmus and inlets
crossing her legs

Frogpond, 36:1, 2013

 

 

storm cliffs –
the remains of a fish
in a stone

Heron's Nest, 2013/14

 

asthma –
the tight whorl
of fiddleheads

Heron's Nest #16:1 2014

 

this same starlight fell
face-down in a flooded trench –
bayonet rain

 Prune Juice, #12 2014

 

dark moon
a gang of street boys
luring the stray

 Prune Juice, #10 2013

 

how quietly
you crept in –
wild violets

Blithe Spirit, Volume 23, Number 3, August 2013

 

low tide – pocketing the keeper stone

kernelsonline, #1 2013

 

caesura

frozen in the stream
the stream

 cattails #1 2014

 

sea glass –
even my memory of him
worn smooth

Presence # 48 June 2013

 

crumbling cliffs –
sand martins in and out
of the eocene

British Haiku Society Members' Anthology, Time, 2013

 

white blossom falling     a spindrift      a sea

Modern Haiku

 

orange blossom –
lifting her niqab
just enough

Modern Haiku

 

honeydew – my cleavage ends in a melon seed

 Blithe Spirit

 

collecting driftwood
on the heels of the boxer dog
sea foam

Kernels

 

long grass – unwittingly I transfuse a tick

Blithe Spirit

 

gorse blossoms
on the borrow pits –
wild horses

Snapshot Press Calendar

 

idle talk – the fat peony collapses

 

cathedral rain – a sparrow in the gargoyle’s cheek

Blithe Spirit

 

just a shell
this bombed out
child

 

water lily
the red coiled stems
of coupling dragonflies

 

a breeze – the bamboo spreads rumours

 

unblinking
the toad who lives
in the privy

Basho Ki

 

darkening sky
the weight of the storm
in thunder flies

Snapshot Press Calendar

 

first frost
the thrush brings a snail
to the anvil stone

Heron’s Nest

 

full moon
newts glide through
the Sea of Tranquility

Frogpond