Wild Verses 5 of 10 / Writing 201: Poetry, Day 1 (haiku, water, simile)

As part of my Wild Verses poetry excerpts series, and in the spirit of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week and NatGeoWild’s SharkFest, both starting July 5th, I’m re-posting my bull shark haiku. Enjoy!


Writing 201: Poetry, Assignment 1: an original haiku related to water using simile (I opted for other devices)

Brackish river mouths
gape wide, yawning bull sharks in
to hunt the unschooled.

copyright 2015, C. L. Tangenberg

originally written in February for the poetry writing course hosted by The Daily Post

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