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Bruce Jewett

Bruce Jewett

Born: 1949 in San Francisco California, USA
Resides: Mountain View, California, USA
E-mail: Bruce (dot) jewett (at) gmail (dot) com

I admire the writing of James Wright, Emily Dickinson and Issa.

Selected Work
 
all spring you sing
in my backyard―and I don’t 
even know your name
 
deer in dry winter
blending into bark
only their eyes move
 
 
 
bullfrogs blink
a drunken poet
falls into their pond
 
long dark hair
short black dress
I miss my stop
 
 
 
my pillow still has
your hair’s scent— the fog and I
dream of your nearness
 
red flags in the fog
worn down little wooden boats
hauling in their nets
 
 

Credits:

“all spring you sing“ - Wales Haiku Journal, Summer 2018; “deer in dry winter“ - Wales Haiku Journal, April, 2018; “bullfrogs blink“ - Failed Haiku, Vol. 1, Issue 4, April 1, 2016; “long dark hair“ - Failed Haiku, Vol. 1, Issue 11, Nov. 5, 2016; “my pillow still has“ - The Fat Frog #7, Vol. 3, July 16, 1967; “red flags in the fog“ - Pure Haiku, March 8, 2018.

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