Copyright © 2008 by Paul David Mena. All rights reserved.
spring at last—
the vibrant colors
of fresh graffiti
—Poem and photograph published previously in Haiga Writers and Lovers
(Facebook, 20 May 2017); both appear here with poet’s permission.
has worked in the computer industry for more than 25 years and has been writing
haiku nearly as long. A city-dweller since birth, he leans toward urban themes
in his work, with an emphasis on the vibrancy, diversity, and polarity of the city
setting. He is the author of tenement landscapes (a small garlic press,
1995); trainsongs, haiku and free verse (double bunny press, 1997);
and the brewpub chronicles (Haiku in Low Places, 1999).