Category Archives: Poets

Daily Haiku: Aug. 31, 2019

early dusk . . . my children’s footsteps fill the stillness by Marion Clarke  (Northern Ireland) A Hundred Gourds, 1:2, March 2012

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 13, 2019

sparrowhawk fence an ending to the summer as leaves start to stutter by Alan Summers (U.K.) Bacopa Literary Review, June 2019

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Your Responses Published on Why Haiku and Senryu Matter

This was what I asked of readers a few days ago: Readers and Followers: Why do haiku and senryu matter to you? Tell us in just a few words or in just one sentence below. Then include your name and … Continue reading

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Poets Can Enrich Their Work: Collaborate with Visual Artists/Musicians

I am exhibiting a piece of haiga– a haiku sequence illustrated with graphic art by Nicole Garcia– at City Hall in Highland Park, IL. The group show, featuring poets and artists, is sponsored by The Art Center of Highland Park. … Continue reading

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Attention: Announcement about Poetry Chapbook Competition

Dear Followers and Readers,      I just received this announcement below from Caroline Johnson which some of you may be interested in: Dear Writing Group Leader,      We’ve been including a listing for your group on our Writer’s Relief website … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: April 25, 2018

s-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g to attain union with the divine ending in corpse pose by Sari Grandstaff  (USA) bottle rockets, #15, 2006  

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Daily Haiku: Jan. 29, 2018

pulled weeds an emptiness filling my mind    German: gezogenes Unkraut Leere füllt meinen Sinn   by Cyndi Lloyd (USA) Chrysanthemum, #22, October 2017

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