Melanie Alberts — a haiku that's not too enigmatic
Amanda White — a deeply relatable haiku
Amoolya Kamalnath — a haiku with mystery
Ann Smith — a little bird told me…
Sébastien Revon - thanking Mum
Matt Cariello — deducing a negative charge against a man's behaviour
Joshua Gage — capturing existential anguish; a near universal emotion
Amoolya Kamalnath - a soulful senryu: commentaries on Eleonore Nickolay's poem "All Soul's Day/my cake never as good/as hers"
Sébastien Revon - a surrealist poem of longing and awe — commentary on Peter Yovu's poem "sunrise darkens the face I dream with"
Marion Clarke - our lessening grip of control... Commentaries on John Stevenson's haiku: in the beginning/he was just pretending/to sound grumpy
Sushama Kapur - grateful for those dips in the stream
Barbara Sabol - connecting a natural event with personal emotion
Harrison Lightwater - a gentle and elegant example
Mark Gilbert elaborates. Frog or toad? — we can't be sure
Mark Gilbert - a Kerouac haiku still fresh and raw, but out of fashion
Patricia McGuire - a journey to the other side of the haiku
Ann Smith - transience and regeneration
Radhamani Sarma is enchanted
Harrison Lightwater - many "buts"
John Lanyon - the presentation of Nature