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Michael Meyerhofer

from barn to house  
my footsteps  
tugging the moon  
  winter funeral—
  notice in the office box
greenhouse— of a dead teacher
bees and flowers unaware  
of winter  
  painting lost love
  from memory . . . 
broken arm— her nightgown falls open
good thing it only takes  
one hand to clap  

Michael Meyerhofer's work has appeared in Modern Haiku, Frogpond, American Tanka, bottle rockets, Acorn, Snapshots, Chiron Review, Free Lunch, and others.

He's a member of the World Haiku Club and the Haiku Society of America, and is currently working on an MFA at Southern Illinois University where he teaches, lifts weights, drinks too much coffee, and maintains naive fantasies of poetry saving the world.

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