Category Archives: Grief

Daily Haiku: May 3, 2021

senryu her tearsallowing memine by Mary Stevens (USA) Akitsu Quarterly, Spring 2020

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 11, 2018

fresh grief . . . the shoveled path turns to ice   by Michele L. Harvey  (USA) Acorn, No. 37, Fall 2016

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Forthcoming Book to Inspire Healing

I recently interviewed Haiku Poet and Author Robert Epstein, a psychotherapist living in the San Francisco area, about his forthcoming book, Free to Dance Forever, which I’m sure you will enjoy. If you would like to contact Epstein, you may … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku Special: Dec. 2, 2017

Lately, I’ve received some just-released poetry books for the holidays that authors have asked me review for my blog. There is one that I purchased for myself that the editor didn’t contact me to announce on my blog, but I’d … Continue reading

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