Category Archives: Margaret Peacock

Daily Haiku: April 22, 2019

senryu hooked to catheter and headset the old musician’s playing an invisible guitar   by Margaret Peacock (USA) Frogpond, XX:1, May 1997

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Daily Haiku: April 2, 2019

all night long the poem and its ache . . . north star   by Margaret Peacock (USA) Frogpond, XX:1, May 1997  

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Daily Haiku, June 30, 2015

smallest mallard sharing an elderly man’s ham sandwich                                                    by Margaret Peacock, Author of  A Poem Called Lost

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