Tag Archives: Holidays

Daily Haiku: Dec. 15, 2021

senryu after the toys are broken cardboard box                 by Ronald K. Craig (USA)  Failed Haiku, #58, December 2020

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 3, 2021

last persimmon mom boxes up the ornaments by J Hahn Doleman (USA) Kingfisher, #4, October 2021

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Daily Haiku: Dec. 2, 2021

  Epiphany fishermen sit by holes in the lake     by Caroline Giles Banks (USA) Modern Haiku, Vol. XXVI, No. 3, Fall 1995

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Thanksgiving Song by Valorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff

Thanksgiving Song  Ever, it seems, a spoiled child, I am nagging again about the small things, the trivial shards of a life spent consuming too much, expecting too much, thinking it’s my way or your way, as if it’s a … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 22, 2021

Christmas grace the glide of a gray jay among snow ghosts            by Paul Hendricks (USA) Modern Haiku, Vol. 50:2, 2019

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 21, 2021

squirrel drey the places we call home for the holidays by Kristen Lindquist (USA) Failed Haiku, Issue 60, December 2020

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 20, 2021

senryu       Christmas requires some assembly         by Robert Epstein (USA) Modern Haiku, 45.2, 2014

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Free Verse by Michael Escoubas

Red Bud in December  Overnight  snow tumbled  down and down  in big flakes  like my Grandma’s  intricate doilies  decorating her sofa—  in silence  they cling like sugar  to naked branch-fingers  showcasing  their own strength  their own peace  their own determination  … Continue reading

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Christmas Poem by Alan Harris

Santa’s Interior Monologue Boy, it’s dark. Sure is cold. Housetop–whoa, boys! Got the bag. Suck it in. Down the chimney. There’s the tree. Gifts out of bag. Stockings are here. Stuff ’em. Eat the cookies. Drink the milk. Wink. Suck … Continue reading

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Special Christmas Poem by Mary Jo Balistreri

Christmas Morning by Mary Jo Balistreri In the pale glint of dawn, a hawk darts across the marsh. I wash dishes from last night’s supper. Coffee gurgles, filling the glass carafe. Alone at this hour, husband and children still asleep, … Continue reading

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