Category Archives: Charlotte Digregorio

Delighted to be Featured on Amelia Cotter’s Blog

Dear Readers and Followers: I hope this holiday season has been a peaceful one for you. Hopefully, you are reading and enjoying The Daily Haiku, and that it is helping you understand the beauty of haiku and senryu and improve … Continue reading

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My Haiku Exhibit Moves to the Hospital

Dear Readers, My solo, traveling haiku/senryu exhibit with art will be at the Wellness Center of Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights, IL from April 1 until July 1. (800 W. Central Rd., separate building on the hospital campus). Healthcare … Continue reading

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The Daily Haiku: It’s All About You

People tell me, every once in awhile, that they’d like me to run some of my haiku in The Daily Haiku. However, it is reserved for your haiku and senryu.  Here, you will find poets from thirty countries, and the … Continue reading

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Honored to Be Featured in an Interview

Dear Readers and Followers, Today, I am most honored to be featured on Italian Poet Eufemia Griffo’s wordpress blog, https://eueufemia.wordpress.com/ I am grateful for her time and efforts in interviewing me. I must say, too, that her blog keeps me … Continue reading

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Creativity Requires Sharing With Others

As I’ve mentioned many times on this blog, being a writer or any kind of artist or creative person should involve sharing your work with others. For me, a large part of being a writer is sharing what I have … Continue reading

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Poetry Isn’t Frivolous

I write to have people read what I write. Many of my friends tell me they don’t understand poetry because so much of it is frivolous. While there is a lot of nonsense written that people are trying to pass … Continue reading

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My Haiku Exhibit Travels Again

Dear Readers and Followers, Just a reminder that my illustrated haiku/senryu/haiku sequences exhibit travels to Mundelein, Illinois on Jan. 8.  It will be at the Fremont Public Library, 1170 N. Midlothian Rd., through April 1. In 2016, it was at … Continue reading

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