Category Archives: Barbara Tate

Special to The Daily Haiku: July 24, 2021–Review of Barbara Tate’s Latest Collection

Thus far in 2021, Poet Barbara Tate has published two significant collections of haiku, tanka, and haibun. The first one, “far more than I ever was,” has already been reviewed on this blog. The second one, just released, “darkness in … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: July 3, 2021

midnight a light in every window for his wandering spirit by Barbara Tate (USA) Frameless Sky, June 2021

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Daily Haiku Special: May 22, 2021– 2 Haiku by Barbara Tate (USA)

senryu     happy hour on the near side of midnight wrapped in his shirt                         Echidna Tracks, June 1, 2021 Australian Haiku Society       siblings we … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: April 7, 2021

senryu       family reunion no one notices when I say goodbye       by Barbara Tate (USA), Author far more than I ever was, 2021

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Daily Haiku Special: March 20, 2021–New Poetry Collection by Barbara Tate!

Barbara Tate, a very accomplished writer and author of many genres, has just published “far more than I ever was: haiku, tanka and haibun.” It’s a very attractive, generous, and endearing collection by someone whose work is often featured on … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 28, 2020

breath of sunrise aroma of spring rain yet to fall       by Barbara Tate (USA) A Splash of Water Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology, 2015

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Free Verse by Barbara Tate

HIS SHADOW He sits on the bench in the sun, uncomfortable in the heat that warms his hat and spreads brown spots across his hands– he whispers secrets to his only friend who refuses to move with him into the … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 9, 2020

harvest moon four spirits wander the corn maze   by Barbara Tate (USA) Autumn Moon Haiku Journal, 2:2, 2019

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Daily Haiku: April 3, 2020

lapping a puddle of last night’s rain the old cat   by Barbara Tate (USA) All the Way Home: Aging in Haiku Robert Epstein, Ed.,  2019

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Daily Haiku: March 26, 2020

tradewinds half the argument left for later by Barbara Tate (USA) Modern Haiku, Vol. 47:2, 2016

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