Simply Haiku: A Quarterly Journal of Japanese Short Form Poetry
About Simply Haiku
Summer 2008, vol 6 no 2
Made from Clay
Thousands of Terracotta Warriors -- their noses, ears and hair all different. I return from my trip to Xian not sure of the time zone. I visit the nursing home compound; my residents -- some broken, missing parts, bodies hollowed out -- celebrate the safe return of their Long Term Care Volunteer.
Wheel chairs line up against the hallway; legless soldiers wait for repair in the chamber. The name of their craftsman is inscribed somewhere on their robes, legs or armor. Out of respect for this, I tell the story again from the beginning.
a smile underneath
Tish Davis lives in central Ohio with her husband and two children. She works as
a New Product Development Program Manager. Early publications were written under
the name of Theresa Kiko and include poetry and a technical handbook on printed
circuit boards. Her recent interests include haiku and haibun. Her haibun have
been accepted for publication in Contemporary Haibun, Simply Haiku, Contemporary
Haibun Online and Haibun Today.
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