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Climate Change Haiku

#Haiku Happenings #1 (8/10/21): Miriam Sagan presents climate haiku by Christa Pandey, John Roche, and Ursula Moeller!

Miriam's Well: Poetry, Land Art, and Beyond

coastal storm surge
every ten years
coastlines change

black clouds overhead
urban heat
pushes them out

Christa Pandey, Austin, TX

***

Placitas in drought
Juniper needles crumble
Even goatheads can’t sprout

Stuck inside today
Compost fire in South Valley
No patio lunch

Hundreds drown in Europe
Rio Grande’s a trickle
Cuidado con La Llorona!

John Roche
Albuquerque, NM

***

mid-summer
my edges melt like ice cream
finally puddle

Ursula Moeller
Santa Fe, NM

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