Category Archives: Donna Bauerly

A Haiku Sequence by Donna Bauerly

leave taking watching the lights go out  one red maple         after  another         winter maples  the red-haired girl     knee deep in autumn  remembering  green   by Donna Bauerly (USA)

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 16, 2020

reading the years in the parchment of my hands by Donna Bauerly (USA)  

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Free Verse

My Mother’s Skin   I am glad I loved my mother’s skin, burrowed into it when I was small. Safety there, the smell and feel of her, all mine somehow, me from her returned. We slept together when my father … Continue reading

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Nov. 2, 2020 Special: The Daily Haiku

October sugar maples undressing top down by Donna Bauerly (USA) Charlotte Digregorio reviewed this book authored by Poet Donna Bauerly on Goodreads– a must-read for haikuists! Donna Bauerly is the author of Raymond Roseliep: Man of Art Who Loves the … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Oct. 12, 2020

sunrise . . . robin dips to drink from his shadow       by Donna Bauerly (USA)  

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 28, 2020

covid confinement a fly on the face of the stone buddha by Marco Fraticelli (Canada)

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Special to The Daily Haiku: Sept. 27, 2020

key to ignition cardinal in the pines   reading chapters— the thrush knows her own varying text   tree shadow flying on wings of red-tailed hawks   cedar berries ripening the masked bandits arrive   geese crying skyward to your … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 12, 2020

cardinal’s song hidden behind the red begonia by Donna Bauerly (USA)

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 9, 2020

feral cat  the cardinal’s last song  caught in your throat by Donna Bauerly (USA) Donna Bauerly is Professor Emeritus of Loras College and the author of  Raymond Roseliep: Man of Art Who Loves The Rose. This title was published by … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 4, 2020

just a little depression where you once lay   by Donna Bauerly (USA) 4th Place, Kukai Contest

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