Category Archives: Roberta Beary

Daily Haiku: March 29, 2020

summer fling over the wild wave swept out to sea     by Roberta Beary (Ireland/USA) Honorable Mention 9th Setouchi-Matsuyama International Photo-Haiku Contest, 2020

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Daily Haiku: Feb. 27, 2020

winter sunlight a priest blesses father’s eyelids by Roberta Beary (Ireland/USA) Simply Haiku, Vol 5:4, 2007

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Daily Haiku: Jan. 22, 2020–A Haiku Sequence by Roberta Beary

Shaking the Snow Globe    new time zone snow fills the palm of st francis   frozen windowsill seashells from another life     blizzard bleak house opens to page one     icicles melting down the wishing well     … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 21, 2019

snow dust unwrapping the tree in the shoebox by Roberta Beary (Ireland/USA) Modern Haiku, Vol. 50.1, Winter-Spring 2019  

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Double-Feature –The Daily Haiku: Oct. 31, 2019

halloween twilight army helicopters fill the sky   by Roberta Beary (Ireland/USA) Shiki Kukai Halloween Haiku Contest, 2001 all souls’ day no one i care to see again by Roberta Beary (Ireland/USA) Frogpond, 37:1, Winter 2014

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Daily Haiku: Oct. 22, 2019

halloween twilight again this year my son waits alone by the door   by Roberta Beary (Ireland/USA) First Place Tokutomi Memorial Haiku Contest, 2006

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Tanka Time

Dear Readers, I don’t often run tanka–a lyrical poetry form of five lines with 31 syllables maximum– that originated centuries ago in Japan. However, I received two interesting ones from Roberta Beary in Ireland. I’m sure you will enjoy these … Continue reading

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