Haiku Quartet by Thomas Zimmerman

swaying sunlit spruce
perpetual hope machine
shadows come and go
cold rain, empty page
darker muse’s fuzzy wings
crocheted, crotchety
stay out of the weeds
good advice for life, not art
seeds cling high as knees
Mozart concerto
violins sawing coffins
teach us how to live
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About the Poet:

Thomas Zimmerman teaches English, directs the Writing Center, and edits The Big Windows Review at Washtenaw Community College, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. His poems have appeared recently in Black Coffee ReviewEphemeral Elegies, and Molecule

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