Category Archives: David McMurray

Daily Haiku: Aug. 25, 2017

Dear Readers and Followers: Today, we feature the haiku of one of Professor David McMurray’s Master’s Degree students, Yuta Kawamura.  Kawamura is a Teaching Assistant for the Professor at The International University of Kagoshima (Japan). Kawamura’s field is International Studies, … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 21, 2017

Swirling red leaves– names in the cemetery spirited away     by David McMurray  (Japan/Canada) Wordless: Haiku Canada 40 Years of Haiku

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Daily Haiku: April 5, 2017

All our eggs sizzling sunnyside up maple lake     by David McMurray Canada Project Collected Essays & Poems, Vol. 8, 2013 https://sites.google.com/site/worldhaikureview2/jan-2014-issue/blyth-award  

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Daily Haiku: Feb. 26, 2017

Each paddle stroke stitches the silvery moon onto the lake by David McMurray Third Prize Kusamakura International Contest November 2002

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