Haiku by Allen Ginsberg   5 comments

I love the short stuff
some play with poetry better
let each be the judge.
— kenne

Silver Birch Press

by Allen Ginsberg

The moon over the roof
worms in the garden
I rent this house

Note: Allen Ginsberg composed this haiku and many others in the backyard cottage at 1624 Milvia Street, Berkeley during 1955, while reading R.H. Blyth’s four-volume, Haiku.

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Posted October 11, 2013 by kenneturner in Information

5 responses to “Haiku by Allen Ginsberg

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  1. Great combination of words and image.


  2. Evocative.


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