Category Archives: Tanya McDonald

Daily Haiku: May 7, 2016

lights out– a star falls behind the dresser by Tanya McDonald bottle rockets, No. 24, 2011   Advertisements

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Daily Haiku, Jan. 28, 2016

ornamental maple more chickadees than leaves by Tanya McDonald This World Haiku Society of America Anthology, 2013

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Daily Haiku, Feb. 20, 2015

A senryu (haiku about human nature that is often humorous): smiling barista– I almost tip him my bus fare home by Tanya McDonald

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