Category Archives: Canadian Poets

Daily Haiku: April 16, 2022

fallen leavesglimmer as they slow the brook       by Susan Bonk Plumridge (Canada)Bloo Outlier Journal,  Issue #1, December 2020

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Daily Haiku: Oct. 19, 2021

Sunlit daffodils  in her hospice room  the smell of urine   by Elena Calvo (Canada) Haiku Canada Anthology, 2017                     

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Tanka by Debbie Strange

the ocean was in a rage last night but today, these peace offerings of blue mussels and kelp by Debbie Strange (Canada) First Place Sanford Goldstein International Tanka Competition, 2018

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Daily Haiku: March 3, 2016

tombstone too weathered to read the name   by Marco Fraticelli, Author Drifting

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Haiku and Tanka Poet Revells in The Moment

Canadian Marje A. Dyck  has been a fixture on the haiku scene for many years. In a recent interview that you will enjoy, Marje tells us about her passion for haiku and tanka, the latter, five-line lyrical poems with a … Continue reading

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