Haiku Yellow by P.J. Reed

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Haiku Gold is the third part in my series of haiku collections exploring the four different seasons. Each collection explores how the different seasons affect the woods, fields, hedgerows, plants, and animals which inhabit the beautiful Devonian countryside.

Above all, Haiku Gold is a celebration of autumn. 

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Haiku Gold

after the night storm
collage of ripped leaf and twig
lies beneath my feet

a patchwork of sky
greying clouds sewn together
with seams of sunlight

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P.J. Reed


P.J. Reed is a writer and poet from

England. She holds a BAEd from

Canterbury Christ Church University,  

an MA from Bradford University and

has dabbled in psychology

with the OU.

She lives in Devon with two daughters,

two rescue hounds, and a feral cat called


She is an outrageously eclectic writer.

Her work has appeared in a wide variety of online and print magazines, anthologies and collections.

In 2015, she was shortlisted for the National Poetry Anthology award. In 2018, P.J. won the Forward Press Poetry 'Circle of Life' competition for her poem 'The Empty Chair.'

In her poetry, Reed writes of the beauty and ethereal nature of the changing countryside in her series of haiku inspired collections, photographs, and poetry.

She is on Twitter at https://twitter.com/PJReed_author

I am always delighted to work with actors from theatre and TV/film production companies as they perform my work so much better than I do!


Therefore. I would like to thank the actors from the following companies for bringing my vision to life Eva's Echo, King's Cross Theatre and Troubadour Theatre.


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Haiku Nation by P.J.Reed

The poems in Haiku Nation offer an intoxicating insight into the ethereal world of haiku.

The collection is divided into sections comprising: the Seasons, Mountains, Wanderings and Waterfalling.

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Haiku Summer


fuzzy empty clouds

dandelion skeletons

of wishes half-blown