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Edward Cody Huddleston

Edward Cody Huddleston

Born: in Voorhees Township New Jersey, USA
Resides: Baxley, Georgia, USA

Edward Cody Huddleston lives in south Georgia. His days are spent making radio and his nights are spent writing. He volunteers for the Haiku Society of America by helping manage its Facebook and Twitter pages. For him, learning haiku is like learning a language. One day, he hopes to sound like a native speaker!

Awards and Other Honors:

Revista Haiku Contest Award, 2017 - First Place; Shamrock #40, 2018 - Readers' Choice Awards Runner-Up; RESOBOX International Haiku Contest, 2019 - First Place.

Selected Work
 
lone streetlight
a firefly
flickers back
 
reading in the park
an autumn leaf volunteers
to be a bookmark
 
 
 
longest day
an extra syllable
in the rooster's crow
 
from its cocoon
to the spider's web
life of a moth
 
 
 
self-portrait
the lines
she didn't draw
 
full moon
the wolf
in my dog's voice
 
 

Credits:

“lone streetlight“ - RESOBOX International Haiku Contest, 2019, First Place; “reading in the park“ - Revista Haiku Contest Award, 2017, First Place; “longest day“ - Shamrock #40, 2018, Readers' Choice Awards Runner-Up; “from its cocoon“ - Lynx #28:1, 2013; “self-portrait“ - Presence #57, 2017; “full moon“ - tinywords issue 17.2, 2017.

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