Four Haiku by Ray Sharp



wolf moon


wolf tracks through deep snow

follow the old cow moose down

in gullied moonlight




northern sunrise


bike wheels are spinning

spoke prayers into the sky

whipping up praise clouds




early march


geese, in twos and threes,

arranged on a frozen pond

fringed by dun cattails




history


since the beginning

we've been upright wanderers

with places to go



Ray Sharp




Ray Sharp writes poetry and short fiction from his home in north central Washington in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. His works have appeared in dozens of online and print journals. He is the author of two poetry collections, Memories of When We Were Birds (2013, Red Dashboard Press) and Dating Tips for Conservatives, A New Poetry Primer for a Desperate Age (2017).


Ray Sharp blogs at newnewlimingablues.wordpress.com

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