Category Archives: Poets

Daily Haiku: Dec. 2, 2019

spring the dog’s winter coat left on the couch   by Bryan Rickert (USA) The Heron’s Nest, Vol. XXI, No. 3, September 2019

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 18, 2019

senryu deep winter enough snow to hide the neighbors   by Ignatius Fay (Canada) A Moment’s Longing Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology, 2019

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 14, 2019

November . . . a crisp leaf for my hat   by Tucker Taylor (USA)

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 12, 2019

autumn deepens . . . a passenger squirrels away his season ticket Alan Summers (UK) Bacopa Literary Review, June 2019

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Daily Haiku Special: Two Poets, Oct. 30, 2019

  Halloween a child giggles at the old lady mask I’m not wearing   by Valorie Woerdehoff (USA)     fall mist . . . the buzz and flicker of the motel’s ‘M’   by Ignatius Fay (Canada), Co-Author Breccia … Continue reading

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A Poem by Paul Beech

Homemaking Gulls tumble screeching in the raw estuary blow as we pop the radio on.   There are those who frown still but here on our windy Welsh hill we’re making a home together.   She bends to the curtains … Continue reading

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Special to This Blog

A Muddy River by Stephen Page   You are red-breasted, your song flute-like, Your wings brown, your sharp eyes whitely circled. A common day your voice makes remarkable; So rare, you laid a single light blue egg. As your mate … Continue reading

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