Sunday, January 10, 2016

Haiku--By Elizabeth Howard--United States

no power for miles
a patch of blue stars breaks
through the clouds

wayside cafe . . .
the daily special

winter abiding . . .
but in the hospital room
green buds of hope

Elizabeth Howard lives in Crossville, Tennessee. She writes poetry and fiction. Her poems have appeared in Comstock Review, Big Muddy, Appalachian Heritage, Cold Mountain Review, Poem, Still, Mobius, Now & Then, Slant, and other journals.

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