Saturday morning, and my COVID-19 provision hunt is winding down. Eighteen bottles of water, twelve rolls of toilet paper; I should be happy, right?
the little things
that still plague me
is an award-winning cherita poet and a nominee for Best of the Net and Dwarf Star.
His haiku, senryu, haibun, and cherita have been widely published in journals and
anthologies such as Failed Haiku, Haibun Today, KYSO Flash, The Aurorean,
and The Cherita. He is the author of two books: a collection of haiku
and senryu, Steel Cut Moon (Cholla Needles Press, 2019), and a chapbook
of haibun, No Velcro Here (Yavanika Press, 2019). Peter lives with his family
in the high desert near Joshua Tree National Park.
Blue Tarp Rich in KYSO Flash (Issue 11, Spring 2019)
In Check in KYSO Flash (Issue 7, Spring 2017)