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July 08, 2004
Michael Moore Haiku of the Day

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Blossoms waft through air,
dropping from branches — falling.
Earth quakes when he walks.

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Posted by Russ at 11:19 AM, July 8, 2004 in Haiku

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Thank you for the haiku moment. Here are a few
for you from Haiku Landscapes, Traditional
Western Haiku:

During the battle
plum blossoms begin to fall
on a soldiers sword.

Falling fast asleep
hearing flute and breezes play
cherry blossom wind.

Angels are laughing
such joy on the children's swing
in peach blossom skies.

Posted by: michael moore at December 18, 2004 07:32 AM

I would like for you to submit haiku poems for an upcoming TCU Press anthology that I am editing. These poems would need to refer to Texas in some way. I noticed that poem in Nye's anthology and would consider including you in A Student's Treasury of Texas Poems. bhill@ccccd.edu
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Posted by: Billy Bob Hill at December 27, 2005 02:09 PM

Michael Moore,
I've read all your books, love them, and your haiku are wonderful, Zaida.

Posted by: zaida lysle at August 23, 2006 06:32 PM