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Judy Kamilhor

Judy Kamilhor

Born: in New York City New York, USA
Resides: Brooklyn, New York, USA
E-mail: kamihaiku (at) gmail (dot) com

Judy Kamilhor, who also writes as kami haiku, has been writing haiku, senryu, zips, cinquains, and other short forms since 2003. Her poems have appeared in Simply Haiku, Amaze, Haiku Harvest, CLWN WR, and other publications. She is a children's librarian, creativity coach, and baseball writer in her spare time.

Awards and Other Honors: World Haiku Showcase poem

Books Published: An Apocalypse of Haiku (2006, reprinted in 2009); Cats Dream (2007); The Magic Show (2009) [published by kami haiku, a division of baseball gods publications: self-published chapbooks].

Selected Work
looking for the moon
in a moon-colored sky:
the smell of smoke
deja view
everyone at the airport
looks vaguely familiar
Indian summer:
awakened by a
cat in heat
along the Hudson
construction goes on
above the mist
November sky:
a blank sheet of music
waits for a composer

Credits: "looking for the moon" - Haiku Harvest 6:1 (2006); "Indian summer" - Wisteria 4:1; "November sky" - Canadian Zen Haiku (online digest); "déjà view" - CLWN WR 45; "along the Hudson" - Haiku Harvest 6:1 (2006).

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