dylan tweney

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Some haiku from November

after the last train a man works the floor polisher alone almost

snow calculus — the slow accumulation
of almost nothing

turning the corner into the sudden warmth of sunlight

in a light rain
a woman pushes a shopping cart, singing “Wish You Were Here”

new glasses: all of my mistakes now painfully clear

the wool smell
of grandfather’s army coat —
frost-tipped leaves

(contributed to the 1,000 Verse Renga Project)

2 Comments

  1. “new glasses” was published on a handful of stones, august 1, 2010. It also previously appeared on Basho’s Road, December, 2009.

  2. “snow calculus” was published on Basho’s Road, December, 2009.

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