Frogpond 35.2 • 2012

Museum of Haiku
Literature Award

Haiku & Senryu

Essay on Nick Virgilio


Haiku Sequence


Book Review

From the Editors


Solo Shisan Renku


Aubrie Cox, Muncie, Indiana

My Hands Forget

April rain
cells settle at the bottom
of the centrifuge

Orion wades through
a sea of stars

deer grazes
on overgrowth in the ribs
of a canoe

dandelion fluff latches
to a girl's tan legs

our arms
loaded with towels
off the clothesline

spider web between
the window panes

a kite skeleton
tumbles out
of bare branches

pressed in Revelations
a redbud leaf

her lipstick
is faded, but clings
to the letter

heels click in time
with the hall clock

halfway through
a paper crane
my hands forget

snowdrops in a glass
by the hospice bed