Three haiku; Or, How I learned to review my trail maps

Photo by Ryan Michael Swearingen

I’ve been reviewing my trail maps.

I usually trek a number of paths at the same time.  Walking down some paths helps me walk other paths better.

On these maps, every path is part of the same journey.

Editor Ashley Capes just published some micro poems of mine on his ‘one poem at a time’ online journal Kipple.

Read my Three Haiku.

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5 Comments

Filed under Australia, Photography, Poetry, Published

5 responses to “Three haiku; Or, How I learned to review my trail maps

  1. gnunn

    JB,

    The crow returning to murder is blackly superb… and the sea, well it ebbs and it flows, ebbs and…

    Roll on August…

    GNunn

  2. amanda Joy

    hehe.. yes the crows have slapped a smile on my face from one t’other.. 🙂

  3. My pleasure, Jeremy! Thank you for sending ’em, love having them at ‘kipple’

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