Category Archives: Bill Pauly

Daily Haiku: May 25, 2016

crescent moon not sure how to take her wink by Bill Pauly dandelion clocks Haiku Society of America Anthology, 2008  

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Senryu Week: It’s All About Our Life’s Experiences

Attention Followers and Readers:  January 18 through the 24th is Senryu Week here on The Daily Haiku. Senryu, pronounced by Americans as “sen-ree-YOO,” with the accent on the third syllable, is in the haiku form, but focuses on human nature … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku, June 10, 2015

ghost stories . . . campfire coals hiss in the rain                            by Bill Pauly, Author of Time from His Bones

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Daily Haiku, March 18, 2015

snowmelt . . . she enters the earth on her knees by Bill Pauly, author of Time from His Bones

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