Winter Ginko: City Botanic Gardens

05 Aug

Another Lost Shark

The sun was blazingly beautiful again today, and my head was still swimming with haiku thanks to yesterday’s ginko. I am excited to post these poems from four of the poets who joined me on the day, and later in the week, I will post poems from the three remaining poets. It’s always a thrill to see so many fine poems written into being…


masts swing –
hundreds of joggers
up the tempo


muddy hull takes the river to the sea

mr oCean

Web Bird

[photograph by Andy Smerdon]

sunday shadows
a soldier bird
breaks bread


through the fence
a chinese boy tries speaking duck

Andrew Phillips

 Wb Haiku

[photograph by Andy Smerdon]

august wind
tight strings resonate
a winter song


blue feathers and orange beak
a subtle enquiry

Andy Smerdon


[photograph by Andy Smerdon]

light and shade on the duck pond       passing


partitioned park seats
for the homeless

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Posted by on 5 August, 2013 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “Winter Ginko: City Botanic Gardens

  1. piedhillprawns

    6 August, 2013 at 7:31 pm

    Such a great morning G. Thanks again.

  2. piedhillprawns

    6 August, 2013 at 7:33 pm

    Ha. Oopfs. Hi JDub. Great to haiku with you too.


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