Category Archives: Free Verse

Take Your Poetry Skills to the Next Level: Two Books Will GuideYou!

  Dear Readers and Followers: If you write haiku and senryu, you’re most likely serious about getting them published and improving your skills. You need to write the best poems you’re capable of. And, if you’d like to teach haiku … Continue reading

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Free Verse by Chantal McAllister

Stymied by Chantal McAllister Chipmunk chases Varied Thrush up the cedar But the Varied Thrush is a ground-hugging bird … Things are topsy-turvy, with no end in sight   Who is hiding seeds for early morning snows Whose belly is … Continue reading

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Last Chance for Special Book Discounts!

As of Monday, July 18, the special offers you read about on this blog for my two books, Haiku and Senryu: A Simple Guide for All and Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing, will no longer be in effect. Both … Continue reading

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Catching Rainbows: Neil Leadbeater (Scotland)

Catching Rainbows Where do rainbows end and is there really treasure there? Trout can be elusive animals. Like liquid they slip through your grasp so that all you see in the river is an after-glow a spectral image of what … Continue reading

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Free Verse by Neil Leadbeater (Scotland)

Poem in a Single Leap This poem is allowed one leap so I’ll string things out to cover the distance as best I can which means there’ll be a long run into the storyline – lots of hyperbole to fill … Continue reading

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Write Quality Poems!

Dear Readers and Followers: Everyone wants to write quality poems, and having the right tools are essential. I’m making a special offer to purchase my books that will instruct you to write the best poems you can– before a price … Continue reading

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New Book Review: “Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing”

  Jerome Berglund, haiku/senryu poet and contributor to “The Daily Haiku,” just sent this review in about “Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing.” I so much appreciate his time in reviewing the book, as he posted it on Goodreads and Amazon. … Continue reading

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Chicagoans: Meet Me on Saturday, May 14!

Charlotte Digregorio will be honored at Madame ZuZu’s Tea House in Highland Park, IL at 5 p.m., Saturday, May 14, sponsored by Highland Park Poetry.  An open mic will follow. (Madame ZuZu’s is located at 1876 First St. in Highland Park.)  Charlotte … Continue reading

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Be a Masterful Poet!

Dear Readers and Followers: I’m making a special offer to you. If you purchase one copy of “Haiku and Senryu: A Simple Guide for All” or one copy of “Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing” directly from me, you’ll receive … Continue reading

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Free Verse by Marie Asner

I Saw The Wheel I, Ezekiel, son of a priest, was living in Babylon—exiled. This was a lonely, barren time and I thought to walk in the desert and speak to my God, when there came a narrow band of … Continue reading

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