Friday, February 17, 2017

Butterfly Dream: Dust Haiku by Debra Fox

English Original

dust particles
suspended  --
first day of school

Haiku Canada Review, 2010

Debra Fox

Chinese Translation (Traditional)

的灰塵顆粒 --

Chinese Translation (Simplified)

的灰尘颗粒 -

Bio Sketch

Besides writing haiku, Debra Fox enjoys writing short stories and essays, some of which have been accepted for publication. She is a lawyer and director of an adoption agency.  In her spare time she loves to dance.  She lives just outside Philadelphia with her family.

1 comment:

  1. Visually and emotionally speaking, the prefatory image effectively sets the tone and mood of the poem, and on a second reading, the opening phrase, "dust particles," successfully carries symbolic significance.