Category Archives: Jaoanese-style poems

Tanka Time

Dear Readers, I don’t often run tanka–a lyrical poetry form of five lines with 31 syllables maximum– that originated centuries ago in Japan. However, I received two interesting ones from Roberta Beary in Ireland. I’m sure you will enjoy these … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku, March 1, 2016

migrating geese– the things we thought we needed darken the garage   by Chad Lee Robinson,  Author The Deep End of the Sky

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Daily Haiku, April 23, 2015

Dear Readers, I will be busy in Chapel Hill,  North Carolina  at the North Carolina Haiku Society Conference these next few days. I am speaking on “Finding Your Distinctive Voice in Haiku” on April 25. The Conference is free and … Continue reading

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