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Haiku central 

Feeling creative? Want to share your poetic genius? Send your haiku to local writer and psychologist Steve Brody at stevebrody@wildblue.net by Monday, June 6, and yours could be in the next haiku Artifacts column. The last four below are Steve’s.

 

Day of rest ended

New thought, right         
         action again

Recreate the world

—Steve Burgess,
Santa Maria

 

Breath of golden light

morning lake now shimmering

bathes us in color

—Mary Anne Anderson, Cambria

 

It happens to me

standing by the water’s
         edge

wings, soar, surrender ...

—Deborah Heartwood, Pismo Beach

 

Late winter rains fall,

Inundate streams and
         wetlands,

Kayaks, ducks float by.

—John E. Reid, Atascadero

 

The first raindrops fall.

Mother Nature eyes
         the hills,

Takes out her green
         paint.

—Katherine Ottrando, San Luis Obispo

 

Embodiment of

God, create reality

In every moment!

—Scott Whitfield, Redwood City

 

Lynn toddles ahead,

Checking back with mom
         and dad,

Gone for twenty years.

 

Forcing them to pose,

Dad snaps the family
         moment.

He couldn’t miss it.

 

Overwhelmed by
         thought,


Sean’s analytic mind
         had


Reason to worry.

 

Stanley couldn’t hear


A tree fall in the forest,

Let alone his wife.

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