bits of yesterday
cling to today
Third Place, Inaugural Janice M Bostok International Haiku Award
Judges’ Comments (by Jim Kacian and Cynthia Rowe)
This ties the natural world with the human -- we drag the dream world into the day with us, for a bit, even as our waking obscures that other “real” world we inhabit. At the same time, snow covers what we knew of the outside, but we recognizes it's still there, beneath the covering, evidenced by its shapes
Butterfly Dream: Moonlit Grass Haiku by Angelee Deodha - *English Original* moonlit grass and black shapes of cattle a distant flute *The Heron's Nest,* 12:4, December, 2010 Angelee Deodhar *Chinese Translati...