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Carol Raisfeld

Carol Raisfeld

Resides: Atlantic Beach, New York, USA
E-mail: LaaRouge (at) aol (dot) com

Carol Raisfeld lives in Atlantic Beach, a barrier island close to New York City. Her hobbies include sailing, chess, sculpting, painting and boxing. As an inventor, she holds US and foreign design patents in interactive toy design.
Carol served as Director of WHChaikumultimedia, Multimedia Editor for World Haiku Review, Moderator for WHClovehaiku, Associate Editor and Haiga Editor for Simply Haiku and was a member of the editorial board of Modern Haiga. She holds membership in The Haiku Society of America, The Tanka Society of America, The World Haiku Association, The Academy of American Poets.
Her poetry, art and photography have appeared worldwide in videos, anthologies, online and print journals such as: The Poetry Protocol, A Pleasant Reverie: The National Library of Poetry, Playboy News, Creative Corner Vol.3, Photo-Haiku Anthology, Frogfest, PhotoHaiku.net, The Green Leaf Files, tinywords, Tempslibres-Free Times, The World Haiku Review, HSA Members' Anthologies, Haigaonline, Wild Flowers, New Leaves-Collection of World Haiku, Charnwood Arts, Ku Nouveau, edge of light: The Red Moon Anthology, Haiku Pacific Rim, The Daily Yomiuri, Frogpond, The Heron's Nest, Simply Haiku, Autumn Leaves, Now This: Contemporary Poems of Beginnings, Renewals, and First, Full Moon Magazine, Skylark Journal, Frameless Sky, UHTS, The Temple Bell Stops: Contemporary Poems of Grief, Loss and Change, Modern English Tanka, The Dreaming Room Anthology, Moonset The Newspaper, TSA Journal Ribbons, Amaze: The Cinquain Journal-The Adelaide Award, Ash Moon Anthology, Modern Haiga print and digital, Shadow Poetry's SP Quill, Muse India, Eucalypt, Ribbons, Scryptic and Atlas Poetica.

Selected Work
 
all night
the snow adding                           
to itself
 
breakfast together                      
the silence about things                
that matter
 
 
 
feeling a chill―                        
the scarlet maple                        
spills out of itself
 
in the garden
that was her life...
birdsong
 
 
 
wings folded                     
hawks and doves                        
share the sunset
 
winter rain                                                         
one flowered umbrella                                
at the funeral
 
 

Credits: “all night” - Hedgerow, Winter 2017; "gossip column"- World Haiku Review 2005, Vol.5: Editor's Choice: The Grand Best;˛“breakfast together” - Red Moon Anthology 2003, tinywords 2003, Simply Haiku 2006, Haiku Society of America 2011, Naad Anunaad 2016 First Edition; “feeling a chill” - World Haiku Review 2004, The First HoshinoTakashi Award Poems of Merit 2003; "in the garden" - 2010 Annual Poets' Choice Kukai, Third Place; “wings folded” - Nobo 2003; “winter rain” - First Place: Shiki Annual Kukai 2003.

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