Fears of a Fellow: a selection of Haiku

This blog post was written by Kenan Directing Fellow Wiley Basho Gorn

Blog_Haiku morning ritual
cream blossoms in the coffee
five cups in one hand
Blog_Haiku_1 look, empty office
heartbeat resounds like thunder
i missed the meeting
Blog_Haiku_2 sorry, what was that?
too late – the river of notes
left me on the bank
Blog_Haiku_3 my first Chekhov set
lonely pines stand by a lake
just old coffee grounds

Wiley is a recent graduate of the School of Drama at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The Kenan Fellowship Program at ACT is made possible by support from the Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts as part of the Career Pathways Initiative. For more information about UNCSA and the Kenan Institute, visit www.uncsa.edu.


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