All posts tagged haiku
Posted by Tom Busillo on October 3, 2013
Posted by Tom Busillo on October 2, 2013
“dancing” on stage with kittens
inside a cobra!
Posted by Tom Busillo on July 12, 2013
please move back a little; your
thorns are scratching me
Posted by Tom Busillo on April 16, 2013
You are so human.
You’ve always lived on a gas called oxygen,
and you always will.
Posted by Tom Busillo on February 9, 2013
I had breakfast set in a splendid valley.
It was wet and more or less all over everything.
I ate it like I was a deer, then was shot.
Posted by Tom Busillo on February 8, 2013
climate change skeptics
disgusting and ridiculous in a dance club
growing very small glaciers
Posted by Tom Busillo on November 27, 2012
Still on Moby Dick?
They say it’s no mere whale tale,
but I’m not that sure.
I do remember
if you meet the narrator
you call him Ishmael.
Posted by Tom Busillo on May 8, 2012
I had logs in a good spot,
only to decide to have a bonfire,
and the room went up in smoke.
blackout poem, source: “Fungi Fundamentals,” Beth D’Addono, Philadelphia Daily News, 2/9/12, p. 26.
Posted by Tom Busillo on February 9, 2012
you can always see
the mountain when it’s cloudy
close your eyes and see
we have etched it there
inside both of your eyelids
we thought you’d like it
two-stanza bizarro haiku
Posted by Tom Busillo on January 27, 2012