Category Archives: Terri L. French

Daily Haiku: July 30, 2017

goose crossing the old pick-up’s broken horn by Terri L. French  (USA) The Heron’s Nest, XIV:2, June 2012  

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 29, 2016

leaving him– onion skins in the vegetable bin by Terri L. French bottle rockets, #31, 2014  

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Daily Haiku: May 6, 2016

for the love of purple mowing around the volunteer violets by Terri L. French this world Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology, 2013  

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Daily Haiku, Aug. 10, 2015

bitter wind– all those blown kisses that missed their mark by Terri L. French http://www.prunejuice.wordpress.com

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The Daily Haiku, July 12, 2015

leaving home again she asks about his underwear                                               by Terri L. French                                                http://www.prunejuice.wordpress.com

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Daily Haiku, May 30, 2015

evening meditation on the tao of the next wave everything rests      by Terri L. French http://www.prunejuice.wordpress.com

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Attend These Haiku Events in Chicago and Chapel Hill, NC

Dear Friends and Followers: Those of you who are serious about learning to write haiku the right way, might want to attend workshops every once  in a while. Be aware that there is a certain style to haiku with literary … Continue reading

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