Six Haiku/Senryu by Susan N Aassahde


fallen leaves
ramble on crisp snow
for hills of March


early blossom
clang on ivory frost
for bobbles of turtles


fresh dew
talons on rose pulps
for crops of spring


tweak fleece
centipedes on lost rain
for drifts of pebbles


harvest sap
bees on nimble fuchsia
for stream of hops


cauliflower flock
ruffage of flint hyenas
for skips of peat
Susan N Aassahde

Susan N Aassahde graduated from university in 2014, her interests lay in the creation of the art of haiku, relatively new Susan N Aassahde has a small collection published with Plum Tree Tavern, Down in the Dirt and Dreich magazine after a concentration of experimental verse which are published with Eskimo Pie and M58 she has progressed to her connection with nature.

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