Saturday, October 24, 2015

Featuring Young Writer--Molly Forrester--United States


black cat —
no bad luck until
Friday the 13th

forget-me-nots . . .
pull them out
and the new ones grow

Easter basket —
envious of what
she had

rainy season . . .
my mind
flooded with thought

super ball . . .
can't jump
as high

Molly Forrester is a 14 year old, 9th grader at the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, Connecticut. She is interested in writing, reading, drawing, playing the clarinet and cross country running. She wants to be a doctor and travel around the world.


  1. Molly,
    Some great haiku written here. I would love to have you in my magazine if you or your parents would like to pay as I like to encourage young talent. The best of luck to you in your future publishing endeavors.
    Your new friend,
    David Fox

  2. Lovely work, Molly. I hope to see more of your work -- here at Whispers, and elsewhere! Keep writing! - Laura M Kaminski

  3. Dear Molly,

    It's good to see you already have three comments on your creative haiku. I hope you continue to share your gift of words at Whispers. May you enjoy your creative journey.


  4. Very promising indeed. Read as much as you can on the subject, its fascinating art form. Rainy season is your strongest. Enjoyed your work. Ralph.

  5. Very nice, haiku, Molly. I enjoyed them all....all of them. Welcome to Whispers and continued blessings on all that you endeavor to do in life!

    -MJ (

  6. You are a very good writer Molly. I surely enjoyed reading your tremendous Haiku this morning. You have delivered a fantastic punch to my day, Great work,