Category Archives: Mother’s Day

Daily Haiku: May 9, 2021–2 Haiku

standing in the middle of now here   by Peter Newton (USA) Haiku in English: The First Hundred Years, 2013 sorrow on Mother’s Day . . . in my garden I watch the butterfly by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA)

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Mother’s Day Week: May 13, 2017

single mother feeling sleep come to her baby     by Gregory Piko (Australia), Co-Author Blowing Up Balloons: baby poems for parents  

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Mother’s Day Week: May 11, 2017 Haiku

a frond uncurls newborn fingers     by Gregory Piko (Australia), Co-Author Blowing Up Balloons: baby poems for parents  

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Mother’s Day Haiku, May 8 through 14

We’re celebrating Mother’s Day for the entire week of May 8 through May 14. We are running one haiku each day, from Blowing Up Balloons: baby poems for parents, by Vanessa Proctor and Gregory Piko, longtime Australian poets. Proctor has … Continue reading

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