The Starlight SciFaiku Review, Summer 2022 (issue #2)

24 | Visiting Haiku Poets by Kimberly Kuchar

gazing at three moons—
visiting haiku poets
drone incessantly

countless worlds—
he travels in search of
his white whale

Earth’s night sky
with its solitary moon
feels empty

on her necklace—
a nano-engraved map
to her home planet

in my soup—
black peppercorns
or Flaxgor eggs?

Kimberly Kuchar

Kimberly hopes you’ll like some of the words from her head. She has enjoyed writing since childhood, and in her 30s, she recently started submitting poems to journals. Her work has appeared in Failed Haiku and Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog in the “Daily Double Haiku.” She lives near Austin, Texas, with her husband, son, and pet cockatiel.