Category Archives: Julie Warther

Daily Haiku: Nov. 13, 2016

dad’s directions landmarks that used to be by Julie Warther Frogpond, Vol. 34:2, 2011  

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Daily Haiku, Oct. 24, 2015

frozen in an icicle a sky full of stars by Julie Warther, Forest Haiku Walk, Inn at Honey Run, Millersburg, Ohio

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Daily Haiku, May 27, 2015

cool summer eve walking away from the sunset backwards     by Julie Warther, Author of What Was Here

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Daily Haiku, April 6, 2015

the hush of unharvested fields first frost by Julie Warther, Author of What Was Here

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