Sue Courtney’s Other Haiku

Sue Courtney's Haiku Pages

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My Other Haiku

These have been published on Facebook or Twitter, but not selected by a Journal Editor.  Photography is one of my hobbies and I like to pair my own images with my haiku.


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water restrictions lifted
after 18 months . . .
spring rain

24 October 2021. The first weekend sprinklers are allowed to be used in the garden again after an 18-month ban (in Auckland), it rains and rains and rains. My apple tree in blossom is brightening up an otherwise gloomy grey day.;


 

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tuturiwhatu:
hey – look at me, look at me …
new orange robes

Loosely based on a haiku by Issa, the tuturiwhatu is the New Zealand dotterel, with the males colouring up splendidly for breeding. more here.


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