Born in the Waikato, Jenny Fraser is a nature lover, musician, fibre artist and poet who now lives in by the Pacific Ocean in Mt Maunganui. Her haiku are regularly published in New Zealand and international journals. Contact Jenny.
fife notes …
dawn’s ocean boom
fills Anzac cove
the rain fragrance
of naked skin
where crossroads meet
his dry humour
post op. pain
the black crows
so many things left to say scattered pine needles
the smooth dip
of a pony’s saddle
the shifting light of winter sun the withered reeds
the baby’s foot hanging out
of a buggy
the blurred pattern
of falling light
fife notes: Kokako 19 (NZ) 2013
summer night: Honourable Mention, Diogen Summer Haiku Contest, 2013.
kissing: Kokako 13 (NZ) 2010
summer rains: Presence 49 (UK) 2013
post op. pain: Acorn 34 (US) 2015
so many things left to say: Highly Commended, NZPS International Haiku Contest 2016
pohutukawa: Commended, NZPS International Haiku Contest 2015.
the shifting light of winter sun: Honorable Mention, Japan-Russia Haiku Contest 2016
low tide : The Heron’s Nest, XV111:2 (US) 2016.
autumn rain: First Place, Autumn 2017, Australian Haiku Society Haiga Kukai, 2017.