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Daily Haiku: Alan Summers’ Week–May 28 through June 3, 2018

#Haiku Happenings #2: Charlotte Digregorio’s Daily Haiku features Alan Summers all this week!

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Dear Loyal Readers and Followers:

Today, Monday, May 28 through Sunday, June 3, you will enjoy a week’s worth of Alan Summers’ haiku. Alan lives in the UK, and his work often appears on this blog.

His websites listed below are very interesting and useful, and they are well worth checking out:



Enjoy these seven selections (one for each day and re-read them). Learn from them, as this is what The Daily Haiku is all about–learning and improving your skills.

leafdrop a shrew journeys its path

Yanty’s Butterfly: Haiku Nook Anthology
, 2016

breaking windows
the childhood gang
of mostly one

Haiku Windows, The Haiku Foundation, February 2018

dead sparrow
how light the evening
comes to a close

Haiku Canada Review, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2017

empirical owls . . .
the sheep gather quietly
into their own bones

“Gwdihŵ” Wales Haiku Journal
, Issue One, Spring…

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