Roger WatsonRoger Watson

Born: 1955 in Aberdeen, UK
Living: Kingston-upon-Hull, UK
Roger Watson is a biologist, nurse and academic editor working at the University of Hull, UK. He was born and raised in Scotland and has lived in many parts of the UK and Ireland. He travels extensively in China and the Far East. He is married with eight children.
Haiku blog: https://haikuflyku.blogspot.co.uk/


 

 

May dew
mud
on my mother’s hands

Wales Haiku Journal  Spring 2018

 

at the junction
only my mood changes
broken lights

Blithe Spirit  28.2, May 2018

 

airport fly
arriving
or departing?

Poetry Pea, 19 June 2018

 

watch hands
no fingers
pointing to time

Blithe Spirit 27.3, August 2017

 

rising river steam
cathedral bells chime
out of sych

Blithe Spirit 27.3, November 2017

 

the ploughman
his thoughts mingle
with the gulls

Blithe Spirit 28.1, February 2018

 

at the junction
only my mood changes
broken lights

Blithe Spirit 28.2, May 2018

 

scrolling down
to my age group . . .
. . . the last

ephemerae 1, A, April 2018

 

Monopoly
the family fight
over fake money

ephemerae 1, A, April 2018

 

silent shredder
graveyard
of all my thoughts

Commended, Vladimir Devidé Haiku Award April 2018