Four More Haiku by Marsh Muirhead

Marsh Muirhead





my tumor
the size of no fruit
the doctor can think of






last night of the carnival
she takes a selfie
in the house of mirrors






what it lands on the sound of rain






in the bottom of the cup
last night’s dream

from Rattle #63, Spring 2019


Marsh Muirhead: “Haiku are the sensory images that arrive and stay when you are open to the world around you. The best aren’t really written—they just happen as a reward for attentiveness—as in bird watching or agate hunting.” (web)

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