The Art of Haiku


Selections from Ukku Spring Haiku 2006
Laryalee Fraser
an auburn leaf
moves on the maple
the first robin!

I was sipping tea on the balcony when I noticed grabbed my camera and went rushing outside just in time to see it fly away.

no valentines
but the next day
a robin
Laryalee Fraser
bleak winter
an artist peers
into spring
Laryalee Fraser
not yet spring
the population at
6.5 billion

According to the US Census Bureau's estimate, on Feb. 25 2006 the world's population reached 6.5 billion. There is an ongoing countdown at world population clock
grey morning
a flurry of robins
on the mountain ash
spring chill
packed-away winter coats
brought out again
Laryalee Fraser
Laryalee Fraser
Laryalee Fraser is a former reporter, now enjoying gardening, photography, poetry and being a granny. Her haiku and haiga can be found in several publications, and her main project in 2006 was an anthology of haiku: a procession of ripples.

| Angelee Deodhar | Gerald England | Laryalee Fraser | Denis M Garrison | David A Giacalone | Eric Houck Jr (1) | Eric Houck Jr (2) | Eric Houck Jr (3) | J Andrew Lockhart (1) | J Andrew Lockhart (2) |Paul David Mena | Alan Summers (1) | Alan Summers (2) | Alison Williams |

The other contributors were Aurora, John Barlow, Jason Sandford Brown, Norman Darlington, Dustin aka Texas Haijin, Eric Dutton, Little Onion, Matt Morden, RedGreenBen, Sangeet, Timothy and Yansidara.


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