Category Archives: Poems

Poem by Ruth Partridge

As Summer Evenings slip into Night by Ruth Partridge             The heat of the day dissipates To a heady mix of scent And enveloping blanket Of stillness Of creeping damp As beads of dew form on the lawn; An owl hoots … Continue reading

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Poem by Robert Mucci

Memorial Day Every year in the month of May We celebrate Memorial Day, Honoring all those who’ve  fallen: Husbands, Fathers, Mothers, Daughters, Sons and Wives, All of whom heard freedom’s cries All of whom heard freedom calling, and Answered bravely … Continue reading

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Poem by Karen Harvey (North Wales)

Missing i. Frantically he searched their hotel room but he couldn’t find her even though the door was locked on the inside.   He ran out onto the balcony peering through the darkness at the next, wondering if she had … Continue reading

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Haiku Sequence by Roberta Beary

This haiku sequence was taken from Roberta Beary’s book, Deflection, published in 2015 by Accents Publishing. CARETAKER – I florida sunshinemother soaks upthe shade seasidewe turnmother’s chair cherry blossomsthe incessant soundof mother’s cough mother’s day only the tulipscome calling in the wheels of mother’s … Continue reading

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A Haiku Sequence by Mary Stevens

Toledo Steel Sun sideof the arenaheated bull within a whirling capethe matador’s stance Toledo steel—he waves an earfor the cheering crowd workers rake sandover the scent of blood flamenco moonthe special at the innrabo de toro   by Mary Stevens … Continue reading

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Free Verse by RM Yager

There will be Tears falling into my flour because you are not here this year to pour and mix, measure and stir all the treats we used to labor over every Christmas Eve   I will be in the kitchen alone … Continue reading

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Free Verse about Art

Madame Matisse’s Hat by Sally Hewitt     He didn’t like Madame Matisse’s Hat pointed his Picasso nose in the air, harrumphing, and made the hand gesture for time-out, thus I had to break my concentration, my absorption in form … Continue reading

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Poem by Robert Mucci

Leaves Upon the Ground by Robert Mucci   A gentle breeze sends autumn leaves swirling to the ground Tumbling through the tepid air as they twirl ‘round. Orange, greens and yellows, bronze and muted browns Nature’s palette limitless defies all … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Oct. 30, 2020

halfway to the seaa seagull’s shadowfollows its cry   by Andy McLellan (U.K.) Blithe Spirit, 27:3, September 2017

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 18, 2020

senryu college world series a melting pot of mascots by Mike Stinson (USA), Author extra innings Book previously reviewed on this blog:

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