The Lit: August Haiku Contest

Feathers in my hair,
laundry drying on the line,
songs to pass the time.

By Chela Lujan

Adios, Flagstaff.

Traded snow tires for Daytons.

Welcome to Pueblo.

by Chris R. Brown

Too late to eat out
They stopped serving at seven
Guess it’s Taco Bell

By Hillary Faichne

Great band is playing

But everybody stays home

That’s why bars go broke

By Adam Gazzola

Leave bending upward
The scent of smoke on the lake –
Summer has arrived

By Dustin Cormier


that august sunset
sucks the last light out from out
our gold bessmur eve

by Michael Lane

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