Category Archives: Poetry

Daily Haiku: Sept. 27, 2022

scout camp the glow of grape-vine cigars after lights out   by Thomas Chockley (USA) Frogpond, Vol. 42, No. 2, 2019  

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Thanks to Those Who Attended My Haiku & Senryu Workshop!

Haiku Poet Kathy Cotton just sent me this photo she took of  Zoom participants of the Illinois State Poetry Society who attended my haiku and senryu workshop yesterday. Thanks to Thomas Chockley who organized and hosted it, and  to Susan … Continue reading

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Celebrate The Haiku Foundation Volunteer Day!

Today is The Haiku Foundation’s Volunteer Appreciation Day to recognize all THF volunteers. Make a point of viewing the Volunteer Anthology online that recognizes these volunteers who serve in various capacities. The photos and poems of these global volunteers are … Continue reading

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Senryu Survey Results!

Senryu Survey Results Back in August, I asked my international blog readers and members of the Haiku Society of America and Haiku Canada to respond to a question about senryu:   What is one word that you think best describes … Continue reading

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Surefire Ways to Get Published: Two Books Will Lead to Your Success!

  Dear Readers and Followers: Limited copies are left of my two poetry reference books, Haiku and Senryu: A Simple Guide for All and Ripples of Air: Poems of Healing. Act now to purchase them, otherwise you’ll have to wait … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 6, 2022

spring morning last year’s new neighbor introduces himself     by Kate MacQueen (USA) The Heron’s Nest, Issue 8, 2006

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Honored to be Interviewed by Quill and Parchment!

Dear Readers and Followers, I am deeply honored to be interviewed in the September issue of Quill and Parchment journal. Please check out this publication, when you have some time to read all of its wonderful poetry and book reviews, … Continue reading

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Free Workshop Invitation to Readers & Followers of This Blog!

Dear Readers and Followers, I belong to the Rockford Writers’ Guild in Rockford, IL (USA). Thanks to the generosity of the organization’s President, Sally Hewitt,  the readers/followers of this blog may join a  haiku/senryu workshop that I’m leading for the … Continue reading

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Free Verse by Chantal McAllister

Stymied by Chantal McAllister Chipmunk chases Varied Thrush up the cedar But the Varied Thrush is a ground-hugging bird … Things are topsy-turvy, with no end in sight   Who is hiding seeds for early morning snows Whose belly is … Continue reading

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Free Verse by Neil Leadbeater (Scotland)

Poem in a Single Leap This poem is allowed one leap so I’ll string things out to cover the distance as best I can which means there’ll be a long run into the storyline – lots of hyperbole to fill … Continue reading

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