Category Archives: Writing Poety

Daily Haiku: Jan. 8, 2017

fog weaving between fence posts a coyote’s song     by Debbie Strange Honorable Mention Griffin-Farlow Haiku Award, 2015   Advertisements

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 2, 2016

senryu dehumidifier and to think I’m mostly water by Robert Epstein bottle rockets, #26, 2012  

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 15, 2016

Still shining over the old pond light from a fallen star by Sylvia Forges-Ryan, Author What Light There Is • •This is a new title, and readers are welcome to contact the poet directly about it by email: sforgesryan@gmail.com  

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Daily Haiku: Aug. 12, 2016

blue gentian– the echo of her heart murmur    by Theresa A. Cancro Modern Haiku, Vol. 47.1, Winter-Spring 2016

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Haiku & Senryu: Write Them Right

I see people struggle with writing haiku and senryu each day, posting what they write on Facebook, Twitter, or on their own blog sites. Haiku and senryu are short forms of poetry– yes poetry, not just random thoughts. Haiku and … Continue reading

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More Publicity: Two Haiku Exhibits Scheduled

Dear Readers and Followers,     I am honored to have two more solo exhibits of my poetry, (haiku, senryu, and haiku sequences) in the Chicago metro area through the end of the year.     The first exhibit, July 8 through … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: May 25, 2016

crescent moon not sure how to take her wink by Bill Pauly dandelion clocks Haiku Society of America Anthology, 2008  

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