Carolyne Rohrig and Marco Fraticelli utilized the septenga (a 7-link collaboration invented by Alexis Rotella and Ai Li) to create this chapbook to celebrate Haiku Canada Weekend 2007 (King’s Road Press). Carolyne’s verses are the 2-liners in this complete example, “Wishing.”
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Haiku featured in the Book of the Week Archive are selected by THF president Jim Kacian, and are used with permission.
my daughter and I wishing on the same starher calloused knees from years of prayingseniors’ residence a discarded computer in the garbageuprooted roses that didn’t climb the fencelipstick taste dressing up for the wakefourth cup of coffee another round of condolencesall night long the wind chimes without her