Horse Less Press

Thank You Haiku (+ 1 Thank You Haibun): Kate Durbin, Sam Kusnetz, Jeff, Tom Andes, Kristi, Rowland Saifi, Eileen Tabios

Thank you for contributing to our Kickstarter project! Here are your thank you haiku!

Kate Durbin:

Throat full of balloon
said cover it with crevice
version, my straight lace.

Sam Kusnetz:

Circled blue-faced pin
by pin, we passed books until
they looked back at us.

Jeff:

He said bark so still
at least a dozen brothers
peeled white wallpaper.

Tom Andes:

Standing in a fish
light, in the stream fish follow
glowing, story-stunned.

The boy asks why we look up and say hello to each other. I start off, “you know when you’re reading a book, and then you stop reading?” He keeps rubbing at the dimple where it dried.

Kristi:

Paste bottle, eagle
position of fold dairy—
how you say twin loop.

Rowland Saifi:

Normal test bones sound
won’t throw balls, keeps different counts
what a break-in means.

Eileen Tabios:

Her chagrin, a girl
sized neighborhood kid hulas
dirty words, dares you.

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Thank You Haiku: Joel Schapira, Andrew Terhune, Rebecca Loudon, Rick Morrow, Amaranth Borsuk, Wendy Xu, Jenny Lee Fowler

Thank you for contributing to our Kickstarter project! Here are your Thank You haiku!

Joel Schapira:

A five syllable
knock-knock joke goes careening
from my frame to yours.

Andrew Terhune:

Saying donut means
something jangling, median
full of crude bluebells.

Rebecca Loudon:

Your toe, its kingdom
carves bears all into my bar,
soapy, flowering.

Rick Morrow:

Parallel legs wool
out the sheep and out counting
pyramids, night caps.

Amaranth Borsuk:

Red machine fungus
told me “put back the ugly
door, finish your glass.”

Wendy Xu:

Our pink grandfather’s
machine keys, the blank one you
hit out of surprise.

Jenny Lee Fowler:

Windmills in horror
movies are slender, leafy
girl script, apt to barn.

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