Category Archives: Deborah Karl-Brandt

Daily Double Haiku: Jan. 31, 2023

mittens on a string she grabs the snowman’s nose pulls his head off by Jan Stretch (Canada) Haiku Dialogue, Dec. 14, 2022     winter solitude . . . in the newspaper searching the obituaries by Deborah Karl-Brandt (Germany)   … Continue reading

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3 Tanka: June 10, 2022

rose of Sharon blooming below her dorm window and in the back yard when we return without her by Connie R Meester (USA) 2nd Honorable Mention San Francisco International Haiku, Senryu, and Tanka Contest, 1996      in my hands pomegranate seeds small … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 17, 2021

senryu family album . . . my father younger than me by Deborah Karl-Brandt (Germany) Failed Haiku, Vol. 6, Issue 71

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 11, 2020

midsummer sky the frogs croak into the blue by Deborah Karl-Brandt (Germany) 9th Polish International Haiku Competition, 2019 Deborah B. Karl-Brandt, born in 1981, studied Pre- and Early History Archaeology, Comparative Religion and Geography at the University of Bonn. She … Continue reading

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