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Marshall Bood

Marshall Bood

Born: October 30 1980 in Indian Head Saskatchewan, Canada
Resides: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
E-mail: m_bood79 (at) hotmail (dot) com

Marshall Bood's haiku, senryu and tanka have appeared in many journals since 2010. He has also published longer poems and flash fiction.

Awards and Other Honors: Work selected for Neon Graffiti: Tanka Poetry of Urban Life (Keibooks, 2016); Every Chicken, Cow, Fish and Frog: Animal Rights Haiku (Middle Island Press, 2016); Fear of Dancing: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2013 Red Moon Press, 2014); and The Body Electric Anthology (Ars Omnia Press, 2013).

Selected Work
crow caws
in all directions ...
the endless traffic
summer afternoon --
the saxophone busker
takes a drag
streets sparkle ..
the white dog follows
the path in the snow
valley summer --
shale breaks
in our hands
summer rain --
a dog and cat
share the doghouse
winter persists --
she shakes
her nail polish

Credits: "crow caws" - The Heron's Nest XII:4 (2010); "streets sparkle" - bottle rockets #27 (2012); "summer rain" - The Heron's Nest XVI.3 (2014); "summer afternoon" - The Heron's Nest XIV:2 (2012); "valley summer" - bottle rockets #28 (2012); "winter persists" - Acorn 31(2013).

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