Dee Evetts has a considerable stake in the history of English-language haiku—co-founder of the British Haiku Society, curator of the Haiku on 42nd Street project—not least by his nuanced, soft-spoken poems. endgrain (Red Moon Press, 1997) marked his coming to his full flight of powers, and won a Merit Book Award from the Haiku Society of America.
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Haiku featured in the Book of the Week Archive are selected by Jim Kacian, and are used with permission.
morning sneeze the guitar in the corner resonateswith a flourish the waitress leaves behind rearranged smearswinter commute my hand finds a warm spot on the handrailfrozen laundry I bend her skirt over my armsummer’s end the quickening of hammers towards duskthunder my woodshavings roll along the veranda