Ted van Zutphen

Born 1950 in Rotterdam, Netherlands
Living in a mobile home travelling USA
http://nierf.com
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empty boat
adrift without oars
a loon's laugh

Notes from the Gean (Vol. 2, Issue 4) March 2011

 

snow drifts –
an angel spreads
her wings

Simply Haiku (Spring 2011 Vol. 8, No.4) April 2011

 

the glacier
calving an iceberg –
another candle

Simply Haiku (Spring 2011 Vol. 8, No.4) April 2011

 

a stream
below the ice . . .
spring whispers

Simply Haiku (Spring 2011 Vol. 8, No.4) April 2011

 

spring breeze . . .
a whiff of freesias
through my hair

Simply Haiku (Spring 2011 Vol. 8, No.4) April 2011

 

first date
the rowboat
wobbles

haijinx March 2011

 

waves speaking
in ancient tongues . . .
spring morning

Simply Haiku (Summer 2011 Vol. 9, No.1) July 2011

 

mountain
the spring sun
in its depths

Simply Haiku (Summer 2011 Vol. 9, No.1) July 2011

 

oh rock . . .
how long will it take
to wear you down?

Simply Haiku (Summer 2011 Vol. 9, No.1) July 2011

 

shrouded mountains . . .
your presence pierces
the distance

Simply Haiku (Summer 2011 Vol. 9, No.1) July 2011

 

misty morning
the dogwood blooms
my breath

Simply Haiku (Summer 2011 Vol. 9, No.1) July 2011

 

riverbank . . .
willow branches reach
for their roots

 Simply Haiku (Summer 2011 Vol. 9, No.1) July 2011

 

setting moon . . .
the wall between us
brick by brick

Simply Haiku (Summer 2011 Vol. 9, No.1) July 2011

 

dawn moon . . .
the red river flows
into its past

Simply Haiku (Summer 2011 Vol. 9, No.1) July 2011

 

tidal moon
where does the sun rise
tomorrow?

Simply Haiku (Summer 2011 Vol. 9, No.1) July 2011