Simply Haiku: A Quarterly Journal of Japanese Short Form Poetry
About Simply Haiku
Autumn 2006, vol 4 no 3
Filling stations, cafes, fruit stands, or roadside stops, miles
apart, hulk along breezy I-10. Abandoned, ramshackled,
collapsing, burned to the ground. No one bothers to tear
them down or clear them away. Two decades we've been
passing, to and from visits to family. One day our tire goes
flat; we pull to a stop along the shoulder.
through flattened signs --
try some of our . . .
Roger Jones teaches English at Texas State University, and has
published in various places. His second book, "Are We There Yet," is
being published this coming fall by the Texas Review Press.
Copyright 2006: Simply Haiku