Occasionally I write a longer work whose sections consist
of haiku or haiku-like poems. Most of these haiku sequences
tell a story or relate to a single subject. One is a
set of haiku disrelated except that each links to the
next by some similar element (theme, place, sound, smell,
mood, etc.), the linking element changing from poem
to poem. (That's the last of the batch below).
Two of these are for laughs only - well, almost (Psychu
and Microsoft Windows). One, "Lark", is a
riff on poetry whose elements are only very distantly
related to haiku.
Most of these haiku appear among the haiku pages, but
here are featured as sequences.
Cars and Birds
The Cat and the Lovers
The Child's Sleep
God is in Everything
Leaves on a Pond
The Long Jog
A Linked Sequence