Tag Archives: micropoetry

Daily Haiku: April 29, 2017

summer wind– in the sound of waves an endless mantra by Maria Laura Valente  (Italy) The Mainichi, Daily Haiku, Oct. 18, 2016  

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Daily Haiku: April 28, 2017

nothing else matters just this wind touching my skin by Lidia Rozmus  (USA & Poland) Poet and Artistic Director of In Silence,  Multi-Media International Exhibit  

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Daily Haiku: April 26, 2017

senryu   Trip to see family– music in the car fills the silence   by Angela Giordano (Italy)    

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Daily Haiku: April 25, 2017

kayaking the weight of the river in her arms by Doris Lynch  (USA) A Splash of Water Haiku Society of America Members’ Anthology, 2015  

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Daily Haiku: April 24, 2017

a “Lost Dog” sign nailed deep into the oak by David G. Lanoue  (USA) Frogpond, 27:2, 2004  

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Daily Haiku: April 23, 2017

darkness the only thing big enough to hide an ocean   by Claudia Coutu Radmore  (Canada) Mann Library’s Daily Haiku, Aug. 30, 2013 Cornell University, New York

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Daily Haiku: April 22, 2017

a crow at dusk— ink sinks deeper into the page by Gregory Piko (Australia) The Heron’s Nest, XII:1, 2010  

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