Daily Haiku: June 30, 2019

Susan’s senryu presents a dark, ominous moment that gives the reader latitude on with the event. Perhaps a man and women on a moonlit walk or a robbery in progress? Or maybe, during a blood moon, answering Jesus’ persistent call to follow him.

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senryu

blood moon

he doesn’t take no

for an answer

by SusanBurch (USA)

2nd Place

Marlene Mountain Memorial Haiku Contest, 2018

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Author: Al Gallia

"Serendipity...the faculty of making happy, unexpected discoveries by accident...” (Horace Walpole, 1754). I am a lover of nature photography, haiku poetry, simplicity and solitude. As a Christian, I rely on my God and Christ to light my path forward to the ‘finish line’ (Hopefully many years away!)

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