morning mist --
the foghorn drowned out
by the waves

—hortensia anderson

About the author: hortensia anderson, hortense at walrus dot com
hortensia's home page

My creative interest lies in the opportunities for collaborative poetry projects on the internet. I have been able to work with poets from Europe, Australia, Asia, and from coast to coast in the US. I currently reside in nyc and on the world wide web.

Responses to the haiku for 14 November 2005 by hortensia anderson

    2005-11-14 16:17:45

    autumn wind
    is shaking the seeds of grass
    ending paths of ants

    I came to see the sea
    a fallem ship
    rusting my sight

    2005-11-14 16:19:08

    K. Agalliu

    Hortensia, thanks for your nice Haiku!

    Vasile Moldovan
    2005-11-14 17:20:04

    Over the salvage vessel,
    dispersing the fog
    yells of seagulls

    David Fox
    2005-11-14 18:21:31

    The call of seagulls
    Echo gently in the wind
    Music to my ears
    I edit a print journal, The Poet's Art, that takes family-friendly poetry, including haiku. Feel free to e-mail me at

    bobby michael richardson
    2005-11-14 18:46:49

    cross my morning path--
    red detached wing

    2005-11-15 00:58:59

    whitecaps call us soon
    languidly we board the boat
    destination what?

    Katherine Scott
    2005-11-16 06:01:30

    sleepless night:
    waves keep time
    with my sleeping husband's breath

    (I write ocean haiku here in Cape Breton. So nice to see some on that theme! Inspiring.)

    john tiong chunghoo
    2005-11-19 22:21:36

    morning mist
    rubbing out
    a mistake

    bobby michael richardson
    2005-11-25 03:54:36

    out of the cool crisp darkness--
    what is it about
    this rooster's crows