Poetry Friday: Haiku by Robyn Hood Black

On Wednesday, I interviewed Robyn Hood Black. She’s back today with three haiku.

Memorial Day

a flag flutters above

its shadow

Frogpond, Vol. 36:1, Winter 2013

June heat

a catbird’s call

hangs in the air

Acorn, No. 30: Spring 2013

my small insights

a hummingbird

at the trumpet flower

Modern Haiku, Vol. 44.1, Winter-Spring 2013

Poems ©Robyn Hood Black. All rights reserved.

Poetry Friday is hosted by Anastasia Suen.

Happy Poetry.
Happy Reading.



16 thoughts on “Poetry Friday: Haiku by Robyn Hood Black

  1. That word ‘shadow’ in the Memorial Day haiku carries many meanings, I think. It’s a very open poem, inviting the reader to think. Nice work, Robyn!

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