Monday, December 26, 2016

Butterfly Dream: Christmas Tree Haiku by Jennifer Hambrick

English Original

undecorating the Christmas tree
        sound of the snow

bottle rockets, 35, August 2016

Jennifer Hambrick

Chinese Translation (Traditional)


Chinese Translation (Simplified)


Bio Sketch

Jennifer Hambrick’s poetry has been honored with a Pushcart Prize nomination, and her chapbook, Unscathed (NightBallet Press), was nominated for the Ohioana Book Award.  She has won numerous awards for her work, which has been published in World Haiku Review (prizewinner, Spring/Summer 2016 issue), Modern Haiku, Under the Basho, bottle rockets, Hedgerow, Third Wednesday, Pudding Magazine, Eyedrum Periodically, A Narrow Fellow, and in many other journals and anthologies.  A classical musician and public radio broadcaster and web producer, Jennifer Hambrick lives in Columbus, Ohio.  Read her blog, Inner Voices.

1 comment:

  1. This minimalist Christmas haiku is tightly structured with an emotional undercurrent, and its Zen-like last line, "sound of the snow," opens up space for the reader's emotions and reflection.