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Mann Library’s Daily Haiku
Featuring one guest author per month
  • jackknifed rig— a trooper waves us into wildflowers
  • potter’s field- the scattered crosses bound by bluebonnets
  • hunter’s moon- i jingle his old collar at the sky
  • from the heart     of a deadfall limb         .  .  .  violets
  • sudden shower- a tin roof steams into the summer sky
  • sunset sounds the path into the woods lit with white yarrow
  • tuft of spear grass that the mowers missed …dragonfly
  • bright morning sun the creak of a neighbor’s walker from rose to rose
  • pine whispers… the doe’s neck lengthens to the lake
  • late afternoon light— in the clover two bees trade places