Jack Galmitz


A phantom bicycle

chained to a No Parking sign

a name, dates, that’s all

sad survivors

in the flat tires


across the street

a H.S. track for runners

grass field for soccer

empty bleachers warping

in the sun of August.

Jack Galmitz was born in 1951 in NYC. Received a Ph.D in English from the University of Buffalo in 1985. Contributing Editor of Roadrunner Haiku Journal. Associate of The Haiku Foundation. Recent books include a genre study published by Cyberwit.net Press, VIEWS, and two books of poems, Yards & Lots (Middle Island Press, 2011) and THE WORD ‘DOG’ DOES NOT BARK.
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