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Winter 2008, vol 6 no 4
 

HAIKU

Susan Delphine Delaney

 

still morning
the soft sonar
of cedar waxwings
 
   
  after buying an iPhone
my car covered
with pear petals
   
in the old park road
the footprints
of a coyote
 
   
  thunderclap
the angel cake
collapses
 
vibrating
with the thunder
my bedsprings
 
   

Susan Delphine Delaney Susan Delphine Delaney MD, MS is a psychiatrist living in Plano, Texas, where she has a private practice, assisted by her therapy dog, Laura. She is the founder of the North Texas Haiku Society and the editor of "Teacher Feature" in The Haiku Society of America Newsletter.

Susan's poetry has appeared in Woodnotes, Tundra, Frogpond, Modern Haiku, Lynx, SxSE, World Haiku Review, Simply Haiku, bottlerockets, the Basho Festival Haiku Anthology ('03, '04, '05), Firepearls, Landfall, Inside Out: Haiku and Dreams, and small canyons.