lovers cocoon :
asking their future butterfly
a question

Upstate Dim Sum, Spring 2015 (The Route 9 Haiku Group's Biannual Anthology of Haiku and Senryu) print

 

bansky flash mob nyc talkin heads treasure easter island slam

Upstate Dim Sum, Spring 2015 (The Route 9 Haiku Group's Biannual Anthology of Haiku and Senryu) print

 

the old pond a frog jum

Upstate Dim Sum, Spring 2015 (The Route 9 Haiku Group's Biannual Anthology of Haiku and Senryu) print

 

lovecode the ultrasound of your photons

Rattle #47, Spring 2015 (Los Angeles: Rattle Foundation) print

 

solitude
round the frequency
of stars

Rattle #47, Spring 2015 (Los Angeles: Rattle Foundation) print

 

apple-snap
autumn brisk
of a crush

Rattle #47, Spring 2015 (Los Angeles: Rattle Foundation) print

 

unchangeability --
i leave the earth
that way

kawarazaru kana nokosu chikyû wo anoyô ni

変わらざるかな 残す地球をあのように

Moongarlic, Issue 3, 2014, p.73

[translated into Japanese by Itō Yūki]
日本語訳:伊東裕起

 

as an and you and you and you alone in the sea

na mo na to na nomi umi yue ni

汝(な)も汝(な)と汝(な)のみ海(うみ)ゆえに

Haiku in English, (Kacian et al, New York: Norton, 2013, p.240)

[translated into Japanese by Itō Yūki]
日本語訳:伊東裕起

 

the blood
the horse i was, left
to the woods

chiya  ware mo uma de arishi wo ano mori ni

血や 我も馬でありしをあの森に

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 11:3, 2011, p.10

[translated into Japanese by Itō Yūki]
日本語訳:伊東裕起

 

dedicated to the moon
I rise
without a decent alibi

tsuki ni sasagu  tashika na aribai naku mezame

月に捧ぐ 確かなアリバイなく目覚め

Noon: Journal of the Short Poem, vol. 1, (Philip Rowland, ed., Tokyo: 2004)

[translated into Japanese by Itō Yūki]
日本語訳:伊東裕起

 

a drowning man
pulled into violet worlds
grasping hydrangea

Haiku in English, (Kacian et al, New York: Norton, 2013, p.240) print

 

let’s try the world again, sometime

Bones 7, July 15, 2015

Bones 7, July 15, 2015

 

egg shell
                par   ti   tion
brought-to-light  —  
          a  body dreams

Bones 7, July 15, 2015

 

—  self  (of)
 this blank canvas
      (of) why —

Bones 7, July 15, 2015

 

samantha –
reminding myself
form is emptiness

Bones 6, March 15, 2015

 

mitosis anna
woods beyond
your reflection

Bones 6, March 15, 2015

 

something of a scar
of ocean left
rolling cigarettes

Is/let Haiku Journal,2015

 

it must be how
violence in the world
crocus          

Is/let Haiku Journal,2015

 

be mine –
alive for one
more war

Is/let Haiku Journal,2014

 

broken whole:
worth a world
destoned

Is/let Haiku Journal, 2014

 

semite war
unharmed olives — the desert
tastes your skin

Is/let Haiku Journal, 2014

 

new places promised shared underleaf

Is/let Haiku Journal, 2014

 

then        nude
normal    silence
between     fears

Is/let Haiku Journal, 2014

 

stars
in the natural night
one song threads another

Is/let Haiku Journal, 2014

 

mass

solitude
what’s left
of the party

denial

Moongarlic issue 3, November, 2014

 

moon resins –
sex and god and teeth
and fingernails

Moongarlic issue 3, November, 2014

 

eventually
depth penetrating
desire s un

Bones 5, November 15, 2014

 

exist
resist
exits

Bones 5, November 15, 2014

 

unchangeability –
i leave the earth
that way

Bones 5, November 15, 2014

 

after the rent
dinner raw ocean
waves

Bones 5, November 15, 2014

 

licking the cleft sweet aspirin after rain

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 13:2 (2013) (magazine closed with this issue)

 

barely caught her breath on medium

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 13:2 (2013) (magazine closed with this issue)

 

unbound teeth not everything still her taste

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12.3 (2012)

 

what became deeper of you i let in

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12.3 (2012)

 

deep in woods
all the dancing in
space

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12.3 (2012)

 

living
pressure of the sun
in her belly
    
Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12.3 (2012)

 

along the slice
           of water and sky
never at night

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12:2 (2012)

 

as a body born of words
as a body bones of words:
preoccupations she writes

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12:2 (2012)

 

that the thine that becomes the subject of one stroke no as if

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12:2 (2012)

 

time fuck shit piss blue mine love mend leaf kiss must call
 

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12:2 (2012)

 

edge broke mill tooth saw diamond shattered breath

Roadrunner Haiku Journal,12:1 (2012)

 

leaning against
the next semester her
blog in mine

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 11:3  (2011)

 

trading a past
life regression for a
past life: rape

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 11:3  (2011)

 

unabsolved ululation
uncalculated underscore
unwept unchurch ultrapure

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 11:3  (2011)

 

there in the trees to begin with just before and just after love


Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 11:2 (2011)

 

Please feel free to stay here
there’s a system you
always said that

Roadrunner Haiku Journal,  10.1 (2010)

 

waning gibbous
the increasing density
of fall

Roadrunner Haiku Journal,  8.2, (2008)

 

returning bones
a stone unwinds
in the breeze

Roadrunner Haiku Journal,  8.2, (2008)

 

unable to find
the cry of the nextdoor boy
spring rain

Roadrunner Haiku Journal,  8.2, (2008)

 

after the rush
the hollow sound
of the holy

NOON:  Journal of the Short Poem, 4 (Philip Rowland, ed., Tokyo, 2004) print

 

the sudden sliver of noon

NOON:  Journal of the Short Poem, 1-4 (Philip Rowland, ed., Tokyo, 2004) print

 

blood orange:
the curving radius
of sunset

NOON:  Journal of the Short Poem, 1-4 (Philip Rowland, ed., Tokyo, 2004) print

 

three oceans
exported into orbit
in a small cocoon

NOON:  Journal of the Short Poem, 1-4 (Philip Rowland, ed., Tokyo, 2004) print

 

flown,
her grainy image resolves
from surveillance

NOON:  Journal of the Short Poem, 1-4 (Philip Rowland, ed., Tokyo, 2004) print

 

returning bones
a stone unwinds
in the breeze

NOON:  Journal of the Short Poem, 1-4 (Philip Rowland, ed., Tokyo, 2004) print

 

part icles of cha ng e le an h ar d on  on  e  b  lu e da  y  o      n

Roadrunner Haiku Journal 13:2, 2013

 

running forever
spring after
tragedy

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12:3 (2012)

 

about it on the beach by the trees two moments between that is

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12:2 (2012)

 

with you i the world
             i feel there is more f
             it

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12:2 (2012)

 

the girl brief. image
and truth. why and
why not. about it.

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12:1 (2012)

 

moon cradled you recall the voice of another I might be the distance

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 11:2 (2011)

 

When you dream the inside
smoke between cypress trees

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 10:1 (2010)

 

Stay with me
with the light out
and water glass

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 10:1 (2010)

 

hungover — ignoble
Jerusalem —  cactus
pissing  —  the cats

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 8:2 (2008)

 

 

Roadrunner Haiku Journal, 12.2 (2012)