Twelve Red Moons

Red Moon anthologiesRed Moon Press recently released galaxy of dust, the 20th volume in its celebrated and award-winning series of Red Moon anthologies which attempt to collect the best English-language haiku and related forms published each calendar year. I am fortunate enough to have work included in the last 12 consecutive editions, from tug of the current to galaxy of dust. Grateful thanks to Jim Kacian at Red Moon Press and the many editors who have worked hard on these anthologies. Here are some of my haiku that have appeared in the Red Moon anthologies:

first fireflies
the things I forgot
I knew

cherry blossoms
the weightlifter attempts
a personal best

shooting star
the span of her hand
across my chest

8 seconds . . .
the bull rider opens
a hand to the sky

each throw
the paperboy
swerves a little

horsetail clouds—
a biker shrinks
into the open miles

all haiku above by Chad Lee Robinson

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2 thoughts on “Twelve Red Moons

  1. Those all are really good especially the weightlifter and the fireflies and the paperboy. Things that remind us of things in our life are really good.
    Great job Chad

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