Category Archives: Creativity

Just a few thoughts . . .

I am ending my workday with some positive thoughts. There is power in introspection, and disappearing into our inner world. Each day we spend some time online, clicking and posting things. This can become a real distraction from inner peace. … 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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Seek the Best Place for a Poetry Reading

For me, among the best places for a poetry reading have always been art museums or galleries. For example, recently I did a juried reading with other poets and a book signing at the Ukranian Institute of Modern Art in … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: April 10, 2016

wine stains the aftertaste of a lie by Michele L. Harvey Modern Haiku, Vol. 43:3, Autumn 2012  

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Daily Haiku: April 9, 2016

braided river– the grace of a yellow willow by D. Claire Gallagher Modern Haiku, Vol. 38:2, Summer 2007  

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Daily Haiku: April 8, 2016

light from the desk lamp grandmother deals another game of solitaire    by Patrick Gallagher Woodnotes, 20, 1994  

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Daily Haiku: April 7, 2016

heat shimmers the flicker of a lizard’s tongue by Polona Oblak A Hundred Gourds, 1:1  

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