4 Haiku to Finish the Year

The Great Conjunction

four hundred year breadth

Saturn and Jupiter kiss.

The fog has lifted.

Undenied 

with broad gentle sweeps

the king tide won’t be denied.

I seek higher ground.

Black Gold

indigenous lands

torn asunder for tar sands.

the river runs black.

A Rhythm

Rock paper scissors

Prime numbers count my moments

on the commute home.

Thank you for supporting Mr. Schultz’s haiku throughout the semester. The Quad has enjoyed providing a platform for such a talented writer!

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