Category Archives: Mac Greene

Haiku Sequence by Mac Greene

to life since the diagnosis tears well up whenever I  say goodbye   I cry softly and the rain too   I dream a grave yellow        yellow silver on the wind dandelions   birds sing I try to get … Continue reading

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Prose Poem by Mac Greene

A Writer’s Lament or Ten Years Among the Wordmongers                                                               … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Jan. 2, 2019

coming home at night Venus is still above my house by Mac Greene  (USA) Frogpond, Vol. 41:3, Fall 2018

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Daily Haiku, March 10, 2015

the poem echoes in the hands of the translator for the deaf by Mac Greene

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