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Daily Haiku: Oct. 17, 2017

curlew sunset a  small abandoned boat in the saltmarsh by Paul Beech (UK) Failed Haiku, Vol. 2, Issue 20, 2016   Advertisements

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Daily Haiku: July 15, 2017

the stillness of a dragonfly’s wings first frost       by Debbie Strange (Canada) Judge’s Choice Craigleigh Press Haiku Poetry Contest, 2016  

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Creativity Requires Sharing With Others

As I’ve mentioned many times on this blog, being a writer or any kind of artist or creative person should involve sharing your work with others. For me, a large part of being a writer is sharing what I have … Continue reading

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Haiku Helps Survivors

Are you a survivor? A survivor of illness? Caregiving? Shakeups in your career?  Crime? Abuse? Divorce? A family death? A natural disaster? Addiction? We are all survivors of some sort in life. We have survived “the slings and arrows” of … Continue reading

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Gray Days Inspire Haiku

The gray days of winter may not be pleasant to look at, but they definitely affect our moods–which can be good for a writer! This season inspires a lot of my haiku, as I am holed up inside. taking refuge … Continue reading

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