[haikuesday] whiskey jellyfish: xi, xiii, xiv

XI afterwards only curves remains curbed metaphors whitest part of blue XIII raspberry streetlights wet wet i drive home again fissure and collapse XIV sodium orange flay flall whoosh silence sliver still frustrated since – – – – – Jax NTP holds an MFA in Creative Writing from CSU Long Beach. They currently teach critical thinking and composition courses at …

Haikuesday: Three by Patricia P

submitted by Patricia P.   Conflagarationsizzling wisps of smoketravel down my tracheaburnt stomach, hoarse voice Green-Eyedtadpoles swim freelyIn the icy pool of blissregret bites back, hard Biology of Naturefingers touch petalsfeet immersed in blades of grasseyes paint the view —– Patricia hails from the Philippines. She is an emerging writer who is yet to be published in a prominent literary …

haikuesday: reach for the sky

edited by Janea Wilson Today’s haikuesday is brought to you by our resident haiku scribe Lisa Parker. Parker has contributed a number of haikus to LSPMAG, in addition to her wonderful poem “Tree,” which is still one of my favorites. — Cold vagabond windTripping down a dusty streetFinding home right there. — It falls around you.The coal night makes star diamondsWhile …