Some of these haiku, about the writer’s home or a spiritual home, were created in April 2006 at Lugz Coffee Lounge, Vancouver. Others were written at home and emailed in through the year.
The Home Sweet Haiku winners are listed below:
Broadway Station night dealer picks blackberries through security fence —Angela Kenyon, Vancouver Bougainvillea Calls me home. Singapore feels Like rain on my tongue. —Joanne Underwood, Calgary Beside the black lake gimli sits and attracts me to its ancient troll —Michael Stefansson, Richmond BC shirts slips shorts sox sheets stiffened to ice overnight a life on the line —Lin Geary, Paris ON cataract chills cataract thrills look at the ice my cataract spills —Salvatore Difalco, Toronto Snow buries Mom’s Dodge hot pancakes on a weekday? pray our school is closed —Ross Bragg, Vancouver Mown grass in Alba Park— The Punxsutawney sibyl Primes our hearts for spring. —William J. Coyne, Medford OR Digging in the earth after a blossoming rain my cat outlives me —Tyler Gabrysh, Redcliff AB
The winners made their appearance in the print version of issue 65.
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