knowing the way the old Bedouin draws lines into the desert sand
published on Asahi Haikuist Network 09-18-20
lost and found
the raven on my shoulder
no longer a stranger
first published on hedgerow: a journal of small poems #132
not a single firefly
curious who turned off
the last light
bridal spirea blossom— breathe in breath breathe out
first published on Asahi Haikuist Network by David McMurray 03-20-20
on the other side
the war in my dreams
first published by Margaret Dornaus on the COVID-19 ANTHOLOGY 2020
touching the poem
on top of the headstone
the wandering sun
#stayathome Buddha’s smile will reach you there too
first published by Elancharan Gunasekaran in the E-Chapbooks 2020 for download on www.proletaria – green dawn
may dawn. your skin still elderflowers
Corona crisis –
I feel the healing power
of soft washes
the elegant curve
of flying swans
make up the beds
with fresh linen
― Translated into Japanese by Hidenori Hiruta
Ms. Isabella Kramer kindly and delightedly presented her favorite photos to the World Haiku Series 2020.
Isabella Kramer is a healthcare worker and can’t stay home.
At her free time she‘s working as an artist, writer and photographer. Currently she’s living at Nienhagen, Lower Saxony, Germany.
Her interests range from watercolor paintings to haiku, haibun, tanka and cherita, mostly written in English.
She’s also interested in photography, Lyric (mostly written in German), and arts.
Her first book is published on blurb.de with German poems “weniger bis meer”, and also contributed to several anthologies and haiku calendars. You can find her work at her blogs www.veredita.blogspot.de and www.haiku-veredit.blogspot.de, also published at several journals, translated in German, English, Japan, Polish and French.
You can find her on Twitter https://twitter.com/IVeredit