Haiku: Edward Cody Huddleston

Edward Cody Huddleston
binary stars
my virus scanner
detects God

in the background
of the background
new moon

for the dead speaking for me
ash tree

sitting fireside
his grandson stokes up
another story

cosmos starters
the nothing
in everything

Bio: Edward Cody Huddleston was born in New Jersey, raised in Georgia, and now occupies several liminal spaces. He’s believed to be either a deepfake or a professional radio DJ, employed by South Georgia Broadcasters, and a freelance editor, having worked for Stanford University and Pearson Education. All that’s certain is that he’s a devoted haiku poet, with hundreds of publication credits across numerous books, journals, and magazines around the world. He’s won several awards, including First Prize in the ITO EN Oi Ocha Shinhaiku Contest out of more than 33,000 entries. His debut collection, Wildflowers in a Vase, is available now from Red Moon Press. You can find him on Twitter @echuddleston.

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