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Daily Haiku: July 1, 2020

high tide it comes and goes       by Robyn Hood Black  (USA) Frogpond, Vol. 43:1, Winter 2020

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Daily Haiku: June 13, 2020

letting her walk all over me–ladybug   by Tom Clausen (USA) bottle rockets

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Free Verse by Barbara Eaton

Dream Weavers   I spin fantasies Jasmine dreams Water lily fictions All about you, my love All about you. My daydreams Climb snowy Himalayan mountains My nightdreams Rest in warm California pools. All about you, my love All about you. … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: May 10, 2020

starlit night in the ancient fountain copper coins   by Marta Chocilowska (Poland) cattails, May 2016  

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Daily Haiku: May 9, 2020

fog on the poppies– childhood home  by Angiola Inglese (Italy) The Mainichi, 27:2, 2019

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Daily Haiku: May 8, 2020

sunbeams . . . on the virgin snow and on the mud   by Margherita Petriccione (Italy) The Mainichi, Jan. 16, 2019

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Free Verse by Doris Lynch

Night Whimsy What secrets do stars hold inside their glowing fists?   What silks do redbuds hide beneath their hidden bells?   Last night’s goddess sliced the moon into an ivory whelk. Unmoored, it floats   across the night sea. … Continue reading

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Has the Pandemic Made You More or Less Productive as a Writer?

Readers and Followers: Please comment below. • More or Less Productive as a Writer? Why? • What are you writing? Poetry? Short Short Stories, etc.? • Are they pandemic-related or something else? Thanks. Charlotte

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De-Stressing for These Times (and All Times!)

I think poets naturally show a gratitude for life. We appreciate solitude for writing, and yet, perhaps when there is too much of it, like during the pandemic lockdown, it gets a little much for us all. Before the pandemic, … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: April 3, 2020

lapping a puddle of last night’s rain the old cat   by Barbara Tate (USA) All the Way Home: Aging in Haiku Robert Epstein, Ed.,  2019

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