Kay Robertson

Two Autumn Haiku

Alder tree bark shines,
hardwood wrapped in satin skin.
Lover’s initials.

Ink-etched branches spread,
leaf fires flicker, red on red.
Torn kite recalls sky.

© Kay Robertson

Kay Robertson, a retired bookkeeper, lives near Puget Sound in Washington State. She began writing poetry four years ago through the Writer’s Village University on-line classes. Her poems have appeared in Poetry Breakfast, Sugar Mule, and Soundings Review.

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