The receipt of the following haiku was sufficiently serendipitous, satisfying and apt that I want to share it.
A former RLG staff member, Dylan Tweney, publishes a lovely daily haiku magazine, tinywords. (He’s also the executive editor of Mobile magazine.) You can sign up at the tinywords site and get a daily haiku sent to you via email or to your mobile device. I shared this one with the RedLightGreen team here at RLG. We decided it was worthy as a haiku even if you didn’t have our reference point.
P.S. RedLightGreen will give you some good selections on Haiku – History and Criticism.Related posts: