Ce Rosenow is past president of the Haiku Society of America, and author of two volumes of haiku. This is the earlier, from Mountain Gate Press in 2004.
You can read the entire book in the THF Digital Library.
All haiku in the Book of the Week Archive are selected by Tom Clausen, and are used with permission.
thinning mist- more of the heron revealedmorning drizzle falling gently into moss camellia blossomshoreline breeze- curls of green paint on the wooden lawn-swingearly heat steam where the sprinkler hits the patiorolling waves- otter's head bobbing between themfirst time this year easing my body into the lake waterstar gazing- the floating dock creaks beneath our weightslicing peaches with the old paring knife- her arthritic handson the tree on the ground apples in moonlighticy wind the crow flies toward dawnwith each gust bonfire smoke trails after the skaterreminiscing late into the night warmth from the wood stoveChristmas Eve- hanging her ornaments without hermissing you- windows rattle with the windwaning moon the slow drip of icicles beneath the eavesrustling leaves- the flock of sparrows reverses itselfwind in the pampas grass the rowboat strains against its mooringafter the storm- my neighbor's empty boat adrift on the lake