Sequences

One of the haiku arts is creating sequences. They might be narrative, all on a theme, or have some particular creative constraint or central idea. Here are a few of my haiku sequences, plus a tanka sequence or two for good measure. For collaborative thematic poetry, see also the Rengay page, or visit the Collaborations page for selections of symbiotic poetry.

★ = most recommended (start with these sequences)
 
    After the Fall (four haiku)
    Angels We Have Heard On High (eight Christmas haiku)
 Avonlea (17 haiku)
    Blocked by Clouds (five haiku)
    Crocheting I (eight haiku)
    Dew on a Rose (eight erotic haiku)
    Expecting (five pregnancy haiku)
 Fine Lines (20 haiku)
 Five Seasons (20 haiku)
 The Haijin’s Tweed Coat (11 haiku, with a twist)
 I’ll Go See (four haiku, after Bashō)
    Into a Roiling Sea (14 funeral haiku)
    Into Song (six haiku)
 Kazooku (four previously undiscovered classics by the haiku masters)
 The Last Leaf (seven earthquake haiku)
 The Mended Shōji (26 haiku about a trip to Japan)
    moonrain (five rain haiku)
    Moving Day (22 pregnancy haiku)
    Neighbours (just two haiku)
 Pop Fly (12 baseball haiku)
    Postcards from France (five Paris haiku)
    Rainbow (seven colour haiku)
    The Renga Party (11 haiku)
 The Second Eye (five tanka)
 Seasoning (13 haiku)
 Separation (17 haiku)
    Sleeping Over (12 erotic haiku)
    Take Me Out to the Ballgame (four haiku)
 Text-ku (13 haiku)
 Thornewood Poems (41 hiking haiku)
 Treadmill (seven Y2K haiku)
    The Widow’s Shadow (five haiku)
    Valtec (four science fiction haiku)