three one-line haiku by Sarah Paris

dense fog this morning reading about palliative care



In a dry season the sound of rain online



winter wind lifting the tattered peace flags



Sarah Paris is a Swiss-American poet, writer, photographer and tree-hugger. Her most recent publication is “The Traveler,” a queer “shaggy-dog-chasing-ghosts story” penned by her alter ego, Chris Solano. She also leads a haiku group at Mercy Center in Burlingame, CA.

Photo by Stuart Brown on Unsplash

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