Haiku Society of America Senryu Awards for 2006

Haiku Society of America Senryu Award
in Memorial of Gerald Brady

2006

Judges: Claire Gallagher & Carolyn Hall
See 2006 judges' comments.

First Place:

first date—
the little pile
of anchovies

Roberta Beary

 

Second Place:

mistaking telephone
for doorbell—
I let loneliness in

Daniel Liebert

 

Third Place:

arguing—
a deaf man grabs
the other's hands

Kenneth Elba Carrier

 

Honorable Mention - 1st place:

crossing the hopscotch
two old women
avoid the lines

Kenneth Elba Carrier

 

Honorable Mention - 2nd place

dentist's obituary—
common interests
we could never talk about

C.R. Manley

 

Honorable Mention - 3rd place:

As if it were spring
the green mold
on the cheese

Garry Gay

 

Honorable Mention - 4th Place

psychic fair
she brushes some dirt
from the cards

Roland Packer

 

 

 

 

These awards for unpublished haiku were originally made possible by Mrs. Harold G. Henderson in memory of Harold G. Henderson, who helped found The Haiku Society of America.

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