Spring Haiku By Carolyn Martin

flowers and grass after hail storm, with hail balls
Photo Courtesy of Tatters via Flickr



spring hail 
stitching this season 
to the last




From associate professor of English to management trainer to retiree, Carolyn Martin has journeyed from New Jersey to Oregon to discover Douglas firs, months of rain, and dry summers. Her poems and book reviews have appeared in publications throughout North America and the UK, and her fourth collection, A Penchant for Masquerades, was released by Unsolicited Press in early 2019. Find out more about Carolyn at www.carolynmartinpoet.com.

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