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Lennie Haiku by Virginie Colline

Posted in Virginie Colline with tags on November 7, 2013 by Scot

Fat-of-land story
George tells about the rabbits
again and again

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Tanka 66 by Virginie Colline

Posted in Virginie Colline with tags on May 23, 2013 by Scot

tanka
Gunmetal sky
a pile of bald tires
by the gasoline pump
tar strop and sandpaper–
the road

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Photograph by Bob Merco 

Haiku by Virginie Colline

Posted in Virginie Colline with tags on August 4, 2012 by Scot

Kerouac’s moon
above the azotea
the cat remembers

A Poem by Virginie Colline

Posted in Virginie Colline with tags , on May 12, 2012 by Scot

Haiku on the Road

the sun is melting
into a black mouth
tarmac liquorice

Photograph by Eric Mencher

Virginie Colline is a French translator living in Paris. Her poems have appeared in The Electronic Monsoon Magazine, Mouse Tales PressFrostwriting, EgoPHobia, Certain Circuits, Spinozablue and Prune Juice, among others.

Log out by Virginie Colline

Posted in Virginie Colline with tags on February 26, 2012 by Scot

Dear Winter,
This cold is not right for us.
We wish you the best of luck
placing your mishmash elsewhere.