Daily Haiku: March 24, 2017

senryu

blood red tulips
I want a man
to write me a poem


by Susan Antolin, Author
Artichoke Season

 

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Daily Haiku: March 23, 2017

departure

from the ferry dock

wave after wave

 

 

by Kirsty Karkow

Mayfly, #32, Winter 2001

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Daily Haiku: March 22, 2017

under the snow

the gurgling

spring

 

 

by Donna Fleischer

Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology, 2003

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Daily Haiku: March 21, 2017

winter solitude
another long night
where things left off


by Michael Henry Lee
The Heron's Nest, XIV:1, March 2012

 

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Daily Haiku: March 20, 2017

winter wind     a crow leaves behind     its caw
by Stanford M. Forrester, Author
the toddler’s chant
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Daily Haiku: March 19, 2017

winter night
my old dog teaches me
silence



 

by Gloria Jaguden
Wednesday Haiku, Feb. 27, 2013

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Your Responses to Describing Yourself as a Writer

Thanks to all who responded to my recent survey about describing yourself as a writer in just one word. There were fifty-five responses. (If I’ve inadvertently forgotten anyone’s response, please let me know.)

 

It’s interesting that some of you didn’t use an adjective to describe yourselves.

 

The list of words is below:

 

  • minimalistMaureen Sudlow

 

  • introspectiveMaria Laura Valente

 

  • melancholicEufemia Griffo

 

  • deadline-drivenBarb Germiat

 

  • questingPaul Beech

 

  • uncomfortableAlan Summers

 

  • vulnerableMarjorie Robertson

 

  • quixoticRick Daddario

 

  • journeymanMichael Henry Lee

 

  • reclusiveAlison Williams

 

  • instinctiveAnna Maria Domburg-Sancristoforo

 

  • addictedJan Dobb

 

  • spur-of-the momentBilly Antonio

 

  • heartEllen Grace Olinger

 

  • doubtfulOlivier Schopfer

 

  • openkjmunro

 

  • minimalistMargherita Petriccione

 

  • distillmentNancy Rapp

 

  • obsessedValorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff

 

  • maroonedEarl Keener

 

  • communionPasquale Asprea

 

  • innovativeDoris Pascolo

 

  • impatientChad Lee Robinson

 

  • directAnna Maris

 

  • laser-beamsusan beth furst

 

  • imaginativeElisa Allo

 

  • wonderfilledMary Stevens

 

  • toneKerstin Park

 

  • empatheticAngiola Inglese

 

  • gameAmy Losak

 

  • blessedJohnny Baranski

 

  • sensitiveAparna Pathak

 

  • ambivalentArlyn Miller

 

  • tentativeMary Kendall

 

  • blessedMary Harwell Sayler

 

  • enchantedGiselle Maya

 

  • weirdoSusan Burch

 

  • lonelyCarole MacRury

 

  • veraciousSheila Elliott

 

  • scatteredTamara Tabel

 

  • reflectiveJazz Manchanda

 

  • closetLinda Wallin

 

  • impulsiveIllyana Stoyanova

 

  • conflictedTerri Hale French

 

  • accessibleJennifer Dotson

 

  • collaged– Gail Goepfert

 

  • conciseSusan Delphine Delaney

 

  • imaginativeMarietta McGregor

 

  • drivenSandi Pray

 

  • imaginativeBogdanka Stojanovski

 

  • contemplativeBarbara Kaufmann

 

  • honestCara Holman

 

  • fascinatedJennifer Hambrick

 

  • rewriteMarilyn Walker

 

 

 

 

 

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