Category Archives: Scotland

Daily Double Haiku: Jan. 27, 2023

housebound . . .hearing the seain the trees by Tony Williams (Scotland) Honorable Mention Irish Haiku Society International Haiku Competition, 2020 winter wind brings fir needles swirling in my teacup by Julie Gomez (USA)

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Catching Rainbows: Neil Leadbeater (Scotland)

Catching Rainbows Where do rainbows end and is there really treasure there? Trout can be elusive animals. Like liquid they slip through your grasp so that all you see in the river is an after-glow a spectral image of what … 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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