Category Archives: Christmas

Daily Haiku: Dec. 25, 2018

Silent Night drifting in from the neighbors– I relearn Chinese     by Chen-ou Liu (Canada/Taiwan) Second Place North Carolina Poetry Society Lyman Haiku Award, 2011

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 11, 2018

one candle lights another  . . . Silent Night by Jeannie Martin (USA)

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 5, 2018

A gift of silver Christmas moon   by Alexis Rotella (USA), Author Voice of the Mourning Dove,  1991    

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Daily Haiku: Christmas Day, 2017

winter wind the steadiness of electric candles     by Ben Moeller-Gaa  (USA) Shamrock Haiku Journal, #36, 2017    

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 24, 2017

senryu   an old argument untangling the christmas lights     by Ben Moeller-Gaa (USA) Notes from the Gean, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2012  

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Holiday Special: A Rhyming Haibun Book

If you really enjoy getting into the Christmas spirit, Susan Beth Furst’s book, Electric Pink A Christmas Haibun, just released for the holiday, is a sheer delight! Furst, a prolific Virginia author and poet, has written a rhyming haibun (prose … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku, Christmas 2015

christmas morning– two fledgling mudpie larks pecking cobwebs by Alan Summers sundog haiku journal, 1997  

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