Monday, May 14, 2012

New Haiku by Bill Wolak

stretched to the ceiling
legs spreading even wider
sleek as forked lightning

- Bill Wolak 2012

only nakedness
where kisses thrive

- Bill Wolak 2012

interlocking legs
pressed tighter than flames
twisting around kindling

- Bill Wolak 2012

Bill Wolak is a poet whose haiku have appeared in many literary magazines such as, Bear Creek Haiku, FreeXpresSion, Ginyu, Haiku Canada Review, Haiku Novine, Haiku Scotland, Harvests of New Millennium, Illya’s Honey, Kokako, Lishanu, The Mozzie, Notes From the Gean, Paper Wasp, Prine Number Magazine, South by Southeast, Taj Mahal Review, and Whirligig. He has just published his third book of poetry entitled Archeology of Light. Recently he has been selected to be a featured reader at the 2011 Kritya International Poetry Festival in Nagpur, India. 

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