August 12, 2011

4 Haiku by Randy Boone


arctic chill invades
crystal river freezes thick—
waterfall entombed
 

a single wave breaks
thousands of miles of winds’ work
to rise tall, collapse
 

we hike barren trails
blackened rock, struggling scruff
the burn line – new life
 

the days pass along
like tumbleweeds captured
in barbed wire fence



Randy Boone recently had work appear in publications such as Down in the DirtThe Penwood ReviewPoet’s EspressoClark Street ReviewSpoutTime of SingingShemomLong Story Short, and Connecticut River Review, among others.

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