A Haiku Year – Kendra Leonard

No white noise, just fans.
Summer rain past the window.
A night for mushrooms

My dog is stretched out
Turning the nightlight on as he dreams
Crickets are singing to the moon.

The storm washed away
the smallest ghosts and superheroes.
My dogs bark at teens in the street.

Deceptive sunlight
lures me out
gloveless in the garden.

In Athena’s park,
a fox carries a peahen.
Chicks scatter, dandelions.

Kendra Leonard.jpgKendra Leonard is a writer based in Houston, Texas, and has published non-fiction, fiction, and poetry. Her first opera libretto is being set to music for a March 2018 premiere.