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Daily Haiku: Dec. 22, 2019 | Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog

grazing reindeer
the girl in emo jeans
and purple hair
 
by Alan Summers  (UK)
From “The Wonder Room” haibun
Red River Book of Haibun, November 2019

Source: Daily Haiku: Dec. 22, 2019 | Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog

Insectoid Serendos sequence – weird laburnum

Insectoid Serendos sequence

Pliny’s Idea
the spells and charms
of bees in lust

hymenoptera
don’t we all have
some rights?

Christmas moon
the sheen rolling off a football
close to enemy trenches

spiderlight…
the sun crawls
to a stop

frying an egg
off the car hood…
forgetting pollen

Brief Encounter
it’s still illegal to kiss
other lifeforms

Martian townships
how do we start to make
new prejudices

a weaving sky
circumnavigating
into synonyms

Alan Summers

Source: Insectoid Serendos sequence – weird laburnum

Alan Summers’ Sparrow – Haiku Commentary

 

 

Alan Summers

Haiku Canada Review, vol. 11, no. 2, (October 2017) ed. LeRoy Gorman

Source: Alan Summers’ Sparrow – Haiku Commentary

The House On The Hill by Alan Summers – the other bunny

 

The House on the Hill

Alan Summers- house on the hill

Alan Summers

Ekphrastic haibun inspired by:
‘House on the Hill’ by Helen Garrett
Oil on board (80cm x 70cm)
Victoria Art Gallery exhibition: Towards the Unknown
(24 November – 13 January 2008)

 

Source: The House On The Hill – the other bunny

Alan [Summers] Haiku Journey

 

Alan Summers is an extraordinary haiku poet and teacher of the haiku and halibun forms. I return to his bright, imaginative and free-ranging voice again and again in his haiku book, “Does Fish-God Know?”  I’m holding out for a collected volume of his haiku. One can dream . . .  – Donna Fleischer

Area 17: Haiku: Somewhere a clock is ticking – Part One

700,000 olive trees remember the butterfly
Alan Summers
n.b. Eco-killers and the Anthropocene.
Publication Credit:
Bones – journal for contemporary haiku no. 7 (July 15th 2015)
700,000 oliviers se souviennent du papillon
French translation by Serge Tome
Anthology credit: EarthRise Rolling Haiku Collaboration 2016 Foodcrop Haiku

Source: Area 17: Haiku: Somewhere a clock is ticking – Part One

Area 17: A Selection of haiku by Alan Summers

corn moon
the jackdaw shifts
its iris
Alan Summers

The Cyrkle “Turn Down Day”

brass bell: a haiku journal: Brass Bell: Alan Summers

the longest night
of a longer day
our broken moons
a lost email
crosses over
cloud mountain
she screams her daughter’s name
into the month of march

Area 17: Fay Aoyagi and Beyond the Reach of My Chopsticks – A Haiku Collection Review by Alan Summers

(photo by Garry Gay) 

Area 17: Fay Aoyagi and Beyond the Reach of My Chopsticks – A Haiku Collection Review by Alan Summers.