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Read This Great Review Posted Today!

http://highlandparkpoetry.org/reviewsthanks.html Many thanks to Michael Escoubas for reviewing my new book, and writing a terrific review at that!

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Daily Haiku: June 30, 2020

off-shorestars I thought I made upin childhood   by Pris Campbell (USA) Frogpond, 2012

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Daily Haiku: June 29, 2020

alpine lake an artist paints his melancholy by Eufemia Griffo (Italy) Haiku Dialogue, Jan. 30, 2019

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Free Verse by Michael Escoubas

Summer Haircuts There wasn’t much money for small things in the 1950s. Dad’s welding and repair business paid the bills, but that’s about all. Come the end of May along about Memorial Day, my brothers and I were long overdue. … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: June 27, 2020

day of rebirth  among the saints I make room for the buddha       by Carmela Marino (Italy) Failed Haiku, Issue 53, May 13, 2020  

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Daily Haiku: June 23, 2020

el ninothe boy next doorthrowing snowballs at our roses   by Robert Witmer  (Japan) Failed Haiku, Issue 7, July 2016

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Daily Haiku: June 20, 2020

senryu       my kids hear it first the melodic approach of the ice-cream truck       by Jeffrey Winke (USA) Modern Haiku, Vol. XXXII, No. 3, Fall, 2001  

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Daily Haiku: June 19, 2020

long summer day . . . launching worms into the pond, a boy with a stick       by Michael McClintock (USA) Modern Haiku, Vol. XXXII, No. 3, Fall, 2001  

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Racial Barriers Are Broken Down with Music, Art, and Poetry

Spending so much time at home during this pandemic, I’m listening to more music. When I was growing up in the 60s, Motown, a record company with black singers in Detroit, Michigan, took off. It was music that touched the … Continue reading

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Free Verse by Michael Escoubas

Each Moment   In memory of Professor Robert Duncan   by Michael Escoubas     I sit with him while his wife visits the doctor. He looks at me blankly and says, Who are you?     I sit with … Continue reading

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