Category Archives: Paul Beech

Daily Haiku: July 23, 2019

silhouettes in stormy moonlight their final pas de deux   by Paul Beech (Wales)  Blithe Spirit, Vol. 29, No. 1, February 2019      

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Daily Haiku: July 20, 2019

senryu   Grieg on low . . . he feels her smile through his shirt   by Paul Beech (Wales)  Failed Haiku, Vol. 2, Issue 22, October 2017  

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Daily Haiku: March 28, 2019

wisps from a steam iron coil through time my young mum sings   by Paul Beech (Wales) The Museum of Haiku Literature Award Blithe Spirit, 28:4, November 2018

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A Poem that Makes Us Grateful for What We Have

Dear Loyal Readers and Followers: I asked Paul Beech  (UK) if he would kindly let me reprint his poem. Please read below.   Charlotte Digregorio   Dear Charlotte, Please find below my poem Countdown.  Many thanks for requesting it.  If … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Oct. 17, 2017

curlew sunset a  small abandoned boat in the saltmarsh by Paul Beech (UK) Failed Haiku, Vol. 2, Issue 20, 2016  

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Readers Respond to “Seek the Best Place for a Poetry Reading”

    Alan Summers writes:   Good article!   Selling and shifting books can be notoriously difficult in many venues. We’ve all done open mic and guest poet slots but the make up of the event can rarely be conducive … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 19, 2016

black anvil cloud meteors spark church bells ring by Paul Beech, Author Twin Dakotas: poetry and prose  

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