the flash of light
in a blackbird’s eye
Honorable Mention, Basho-An contest
blackbird pathways through
Soka City Pine Haiku contest, Outstanding Haiku
on a school mourning…
the long cortège
Bloodroot Contest, Honorable Mention
we listen for the language
Golden Triangle contest, selected for display
all the tombstones
facing the road
Viewing Stone Haiku contest, third prize
spring offers me
a new leaf
Indian Kukai, First prize winner
doves nest among the fallen
Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival, honorable mention
end of a long night
how much the moon has grown
Yamadera Basho contest, selected for publication
social distance no longer
World Haiku Review, honorable mention, and Editor’s Choice
her one-breath poem
in two breaths
Morioka Haiku contest, second prize
― Translated into Japanese by Hidenori Hiruta
Mr. Ed Bremson kindly and delightedly presented two photos to the World Haiku Series 2020.
Ed Bremson has been writing and publishing poetry for fifty years.
His poems have appeared recently in the journals Prune Juice, Daily Haiga, Bruce Ross’ Autumn Moon Haiku, and Under the Bashō, as well as in the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun.
In 2017-2018 he was selected three times as Haiku Master of the Week by NHK World, Japanese TV.
In 2020 he has won ten awards.
Ed lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.