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Mushroom hunting

Where can I find mushrooms, some of my readers have been asking me. A strange question, especially since I am allergic to mushrooms. I think they may have been smelling Melissa Allen’s mushroom garden, across the haikuverse. If you too are interested in mushrooms, you are invited to visit and even pick some. Please scroll down to find mine! The link? Here  it is

 

Haiku/Senryu, Sketchbook May/June 2011

From the Sketchbook Kukai, May/June 2011 Vol. 6, No.3 (peer review poetry contest)

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rainbow—

all that remains of

your smile

          Sketchbook May/June 2011 Kukai 6th place, tie.

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rainbow weaving—

this spider runs out of

silk

          Sketchbook May/June 2011 Kukai 7th place, tie.

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Haiku in the Sketchbook May/June Editor’s Choices

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beets—

and he wonders how he got

kidney stones

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          Sketchbook May/June 2011, one of Editor’s Choices

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celery crunch—

I always knew you threw

the dice

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          Sketchbook May/June 2011, one of Editor’s Choices

Invisible coat 7 April 2011

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Cuento Magazine
CuentoMag Cuento Magazine
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for sale/ invisible coat/ dry clean only
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This poem was published 6 April 2011 by Cuento Magazine.
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It attempts to cross genres… does it remind you of’ ‘For sale: baby shoes, … .’  But then that was a short story. Or does it associate more with sci-fi cloaking devices? Fairy tales? And so it goes… play with it!
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