December 2003, Volume 1, Number 6


"b'oki" - haigo for Bette Wappner, artist/poet, rediscovered by haiku in summer 2000.

She combines haiku with the Japanese woodblock printmaking technique called Moku-Hanga.

She enjoys life and nature in Kentucky, USA with her husband and two children.

She's a member of World Haiku Club.

Her website:


between gusts
the sound of a rake
gathering thoughts

a cricket's cry
from the crook of a maple
summer is gone

frosty meadow
the night sky rises with wings
of starlings

a bronze centipede
uncoils autumn

summer dusk
a great blue heron slices
the pink agate sky

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