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Michael Henry Lee

Michael Henry Lee

Born: July 23 1951 in Kansas City Missouri, USA
Resides: Saint Augustine, Florida, USA
E-mail: michaelhenrylee (at) bellsouth (dot) net

Michael lives with his wife Sarah of over thirty years, two cats, and numerous bonsai trees in the nation's oldest city. His work has appeared in The Heron's Nest, Frogpond, Haiku News, Icebox, Berry Blue Haiku, One Hundred Gourds, Mainichi Daily News, Haiku Ramblings, and the anthology, Dreams Wander On: Contemporary Poems of Death Awareness [edited by Robert Epstein] (Modern English Tanka Press, 2011.

Awards and Other Honors:

Honorable Mention in Alibi Weekly's Annual Haiku Contest (2009); Third Place, Yuki Teikei Haiku Society's Tokutomi Memorial Haiku Contest (2010); First Place and Honorable Mention, HaikuNow! Awards (The Haiku Foundation, 2012).

Selected Work
 
new moon
with or without us
the cereus blooms
 
ground fog
three crows
hop cloud to cloud
 
 
 
longest day of the year
a snail's shadow
fills the afternoon
 
parent teacher day
the class turtle 
fends for himself
 
 
 
hazy moon
in a starry night
our conundrum
 
winter solitude
another long night
where things left off
 
 

Credits:

"new moon" - Haiku News (February 6, 2012); "longest day of the year" - Icebox (June 2011); "hazy moon" - Berry Blue Haiku (February 24, 2012); "ground fog" - Berry Blue Haiku (July 18, 2011); "parent teacher day" - Haiku News (December 27, 2010); "winter solitude" - The Heron's Nest vol. XIV:1 (March 2012).

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