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Haiku Contest Winners

Crazyhorse Issue 88, Fall 2015

Crazyhorse Issue 88, Fall 2015

Thanks everyone for participating in the first ever ZingarPoet haiku contest. There were several wonderful entries and making a final decision was tough. Here is a list of the top three haiku  (third place is actually a tie) and one honorable mention. Please send your mailing addresses to me at zingarapoet@gmail.com and I will send you a copy of the latest issue of Crazyhorse Literary Journal, featuring the work of the 2015 Contest winners, via USPS sometime this week.

 

Fist Place:

Purple mountain fog
reminds me forgetfulness
is a cool shower
~Kelsey Satalino

Second Place:

Loving or lethal?
Slaughtered remains suggest both,
but that’s neither, right?
~Eve Ott

Tied for Third:

fifteen panes of glass
divide the passing street scene
into small chapters
~Roy Beckemeyer

writing a haiku
is like stuffing the whole world
into a small box
~Dennis Etzel

Honorable Mention:

These days, when it rains, tiny fish swim the streets, the lawn our lilypad
~Lynne Barrett