Category Archives: Susan Furst

Daily Haiku: July 17, 2018

the rustle of old satin and tulle– gardenias       by Susan Beth Furst (USA)   cattails, April 2018 Advertisements

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Daily Haiku: June 20, 2018

morning showers the last piece of watermelon floats in the cooler by Susan Beth Furst (USA) The Heron’s Nest, Vol. XIX, No. 3, September 2017  

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Holiday Special: A Rhyming Haibun Book

If you really enjoy getting into the Christmas spirit, Susan Beth Furst’s book, Electric Pink A Christmas Haibun, just released for the holiday, is a sheer delight! Furst, a prolific Virginia author and poet, has written a rhyming haibun (prose … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 28, 2017

senryu shiny penny in the fountain quick change by Susan Beth Furst  (USA) Blithe Spirit, 27:1, February 2017  

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 15, 2017

falling stars wishing I had a pocket   by Susan Beth Furst  (USA) Failed Haiku, #20, 2017

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Daily Haiku: July 20, 2017

cobalt blue bottle her evening in Paris   by Susan Beth Furst   (USA) hedgerow, #117, 2017

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Your Responses: Why You Write Poetry

  This post is in response to my question to readers and followers on why they write poetry. I hope you enjoy it and that it gives you insights and inspiration. And, to those poets who took the time to … Continue reading

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