Haiku of the Day for February 2023 features Guest Editor Jacob's collection on the theme of trees.
a single candle on New Year’s Eve her wish —Jacob Salzer
Jacob Salzer considers our common origins.
Margherita Petriccione uncovers the metaphorical.
Jacob Salzer observes a deja vu spanning generations.
Jacob Salzer finds unity in Jim Kacian's "old map..."
Rich Schilling discovers there's a lot to unbox in this week's selection.
Welcome to re:Virals, The Haiku Foundation’s weekly poem commentary feature on some of the finest haiku ever written in English. This week’s poem was: winter fog / an old man turns back / into a tree — John McManus, The Heron’s Nest, Volume XIV:4. Rich Schilling finds more questions than answers:
Fred Krink revisits his scary universe.
Clayton Beach goes down to the river.
Bob Aspey gets corvine.
Clayton Beach teaches us haiku neologisms.
Garry Eaton offers us options.