December 2003, Volume 1, Number 6

David Wood

David Wood is a 62 year old retired gentlemen from Ohio.

Overhearing a discussion on haiku he searched the Internet to better understand the art form.

Interest sparked, he enrolled in a World Haiku Club on line beginners forum and has enjoyed recording his observations since.

Writing for his own enjoyment for a year and one half he has had work appear in Paper Wasp, Mainichi Daily News, Stylus Poetry Journal, Heron's Nest and the Asahi Haikuist Network.

 

 

late for work
exhaust and driver
fume


summer evening
the ice cream bell
wakes grandpa

a crowded beach
i carefully hopscotch
the jelly fish graveyard


swirling tinted leaves
the swimming pool long drained
of childrens laughter


forest dawn
weaving thought tree trunks
knee deep in mist


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