Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Charlie Mehrhoff & Rehn Kovacic: Wednesday Haiku, #118


 Photo by Ajnagraphy



freezing rain
born again
in the headlights

Charlie Mehrhoff








My poetry—
    each word
  stolen from the moon.

    Rehn Kovacic





Photo by Kevin Ambrose (Washington Post)





big rain
big moon
cicada in the pine
Issa
translated by David G. Lanoue




best,
Don   

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3 comments:

Alan Summers said...

Really excellent haiku. I'm a sucker for haiku that include rain, and I do enjoy haiku that include the moon too, so I'm happy.

Alan

Issa's Untidy Hut said...

Alan!

Thanks so much ... I have to admit, I too am a soft touch for the poems that stick close to nature.

Thanks,
Don

Ed Baker said...

me three !

remember those chrome inserts we used to put
on our 1952 Chevy headlights that covered about 1/3 of the headlight? called the "1/2 moons"

and there was also those chrome hubcaps called "moons"

then there was Jimmy
driving by
mooning all the girls...