Category Archives: Poets

Daily Haiku Special: June 13, 2021, 7 Haiku by Corine Timmer (Portugal)

in the branches of a fallen conifer tree a warbler’s nest   Hedgerow, #133, Dec. 30, 2020   a sacred rope wrapped around the cedar tree our arms Modern Haiku, 52:1, Winter-Spring 2021   non-nEGOtiable FemkuMag, August 2019     … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: May 29, 2021

summer’s endloose-leaf notebook snapsecho in the hall   by Sari Grandstaff (USA) The Heron’s Nest, Vol. VIII, No. 1, March 2006

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Poem by Maureen Weldon

AND I DON’T KNOW WHY Somehow I’ve ended up here and I don’t know why I’ve ended up here but I’ve ended up here.   Somehow I met you and I know how that was meeting you.   I crossed … Continue reading

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Poem by Ellen Grace Olinger

new green leaveson trees that knew the colorsof dramatic autumn in silence sometimesand in small ways new dreams grow   by Ellen Grace Olinger (USA)  

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Poetry Open Mic: Read Your Poems to a Global Audience!

Charlotte Digregorio has organized a poetry open mic, for all from everywhere, Sunday, July 25 at 2 p.m. (Chicago-USA Time). For those who’d like a global audience for their poetry through Zoom, this Winnetka (IL) Public Library-sponsored event, will spotlight … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: May 13, 2021

homeless– his cough in our air       by Margaret Peacock (USA) Modern Haiku, 33:2, 2002

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Poem by Larry Janowski (USA)

Religious Poem by Larry Janowski I hear you secretly groaning, Jesus Christ— not religion! Well, yes, but not a sermon in poem’s clothes, but the thick Latin root of religion, the lig of it — as in ligament, tough stuff … Continue reading

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Calling All Poets! Read Your Poetry at the Global Open Mic

Thank you so much to all those who attended “Write and Publish Great Poetry,” my global Zoom workshop last Sunday. It was sponsored by the Winnetka (IL) Public Library, just outside of Chicago–USA. I am grateful to the Library for … Continue reading

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Poem by Roberta Beary

Domestic Poem: After Reading Omens by Danusha Laméris Because we can’t know what’s next, I say, the dandelions multiplied overnight, but you mowed the lawn yesterday, or was it last Thursday? The days are melting into one another. I thought today was … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku Special, March 27, 2021: New Book by Robert Epstein!

Many of you know the prolific work of Robert Epstein, psychologist and haiku author, editor, and anthologist, from reading this blog. Epstein has a new book out, Contemplating Nature: Pictures, Passages & Haiku. It’s another winner among his dozens of … Continue reading

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