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Issue 14: August 2022
Haibun: 19 words;
15 words
By Peter Jastermsky

Two Micro-Haibun




Through the memory door, skeletons take on new flesh.

summer menu
chewing the fat
on who looks skinny



Size Wize

Measuring contest. When do men grow up?

unreliable historians
through the past


Peter Jastermsky
Issue 14, August 2022

The author of seven books of haiku-based writing, Peter Jastermsky lives in the high desert of Southern California, USA. He is an award-winning cherita poet whose work has been widely published. He is also a nominee for Best of the Net and the Dwarf Star Award. In 2017, Peter invented a new linked form called a split sequence, which is haiku-centered. His recent book, Just Dust and Stone (Velvet Dusk Publishing, 2021) is a collection of collaborative split sequences, cowritten with Bryan Rickert. Peter’s other titles include Steel Cut Moon (Cholla Needles Press, 2019) and Fingerbone Sky (Yavanika Press, 2021).

More on the Web: By, About, and Beyond

“Love Thing”: The Allure of the Split Sequence, craft essay by Peter Jastermsky in Issue 9 of MacQ (August 2021)

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