Category Archives: Ellen Grace Olinger

3 Tanka: June 12, 2022

roses in the sun some ending some beginning and some in full bloom good to grow older by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA) All the Way Home: Aging in Haiku, 2019       ceiling fan wobbles dust lit up in sunshine hypnotic murmur . . … Continue reading

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Daily Double Haiku: May 30, 2022

the vase from Mother  beautiful  without flowers by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA)  

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Daily Double Haiku: May 10, 2022

small studyand books to readdays with longer light   by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA) Akitsu Quarterly, Spring 2022

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Daily Haiku: Jan. 26, 2022

early morning light on an old painting in a new place   by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA) hedgerow: a journal of small poems, #136, 2021  

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 9, 2021

reading poems from years ago perennials bloom       by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA) Visiting The Wind Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology 2021

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 24, 2021

large print Bibleon the Thanksgiving table . . .the bread of life by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA) Time of Singing, A Journal Of Christian Poetry Vol. 43, “Intermezzo,”  Fall 2016

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Free Verse by Ellen Grace Olinger

WINTER IN OCTOBER Another deatha sudden deaththis autumn ofwinter in October. Condolences pour inyour service strengthensand your body is laid to restin beloved Wisconsin land. Now the grief beginsand how else could it be? Surely a few peoplewill remain with … Continue reading

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Tanka by Ellen Grace Olinger

after the harvest moon how gentle the wind in predawn rose light . . . I begin October with small and growing hopes by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA) Time Of Singing, Fall 2012

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 16, 2021

Sunday afternoonI know the timeby the light   by Ellen Grace Olinger tinywords, Issue 21.1, June 18, 2021  

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Free Verse by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA)

not always sure and yet I know by Ellen Grace Olinger not always sureand yet I knowin winterhow gardenswill grow in timefrom frozen earthto snowdropslilies and goldenrod not always surewhen one flowerleaves the stageand another beginsI look up from a … Continue reading

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