The Poet’s Corner – A Collection of Haiku

By Guest Author: Eric Malooley


Excerpts from “Windows and Mirrors”

En passant

Dark clouds race across

woods. Poplar leaves shimmering

sun alive in wind.



Water roars over

rocky precipice. Mists rise.

Ephemeral veil.


Sounds of feet crunching

pine needles. Moon puts

a finger to her lips.


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About the author

Eric Malooley

Eric Malooley is a Port Huron resident and lived most of his life in the area. A couple of attempts to leave (looking for gold in California and the sun in Florida) proved unsuccessful.
An Aquarian, Mr. Maloorley has an affinity for water, swimming, and fishing, subsequently, he has chosen to live out his remaining years in the Blue Water Area.
Mr. Malooley began his involvement with literature in the Blue Water Area as Editor-in-Chief of "Open Doors" in 1973. This was a creative publication of Port Huron High School with advisor Mary Jane Misenar. Later in the '70's, he helped establish "Patterns" (an annual literary magazine) with creative writing instructor Eleanor Matthews. He began writing poetry and prose in high school as an outlet for adolescent angst. This form of expression has continued to be an integral part in helping him maintain his mental/emotional health (sanity).
We hope you enjoy his works…

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