World Haiku Series 2022 (1) Haiku by Adjei Agyei-Baah (Ghana)

night–

all the silence

in the owl’s wings

Time Haiku , Issue 56

approaching storm…

a butterfly enters

the flower shop

Under the Basho 2022

first-time kayaking

a dragonfly appears

to lead the way

Under the Basho 2022

flooded croplands

a scarecrow keeps its head

above water

Scaring Crow (Buttonhook Press, 2022)

where the sun

has gone into hiding

river reeds

The Haiku Hecameron Edited by Scott Mason

warm boulder

what does the dragonfly

make of river sound

Modern Haiku Issue 53:3

tug of war

poor child, your kite

belongs to the wind

Frogpond Issue 44:3 Autumn 2021

grounded train –

the rising smoke

of squatters

Akitsu Quarterly Spring 2022 lssue

the float of kapok 

in harmattan winds − 

village road

Mamba Issue 11

Bio

Adjei Agyei-Baah, a leader in the growing movement of Afriku, was born on June 29, 1977, in Kumasi, Ghana.

He is the author of several collections of haiku and senryu poetry including Afriku (2016), Ghana 21 Haiku (2018), and Piece of My Fart (2018).

He is the co-founder of Africa Haiku Network and co-editor of The Mamba (Africa’s first international haiku journal).

He said in his email, “I have not been active in haiku lately. Studies has kept me busy. But I have upcoming haiku projects which I will share with the world early next year.”

A photo in 2016

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