Mussel Shells | Bay haiku poem example | 012509

Mussel shells
poke from the black bay marsh.
Seagulls scan.

Ken Wagner on Haiku Habits

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5 thoughts on “Mussel Shells | Bay haiku poem example | 012509

  1. I’m not sure if the third line works. I was trying to convey a sense of stillness with vague hints of danger, quick action, the gnashing of a seagull’s beak.

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