Monthly Archives: July 2016

Haiku…a small stone poem

Another WordPress account, Hedgerow Poems, has published a few of my poems over the past year or so. The editor is taking a well-deserved vacation after weekly posts; however, the archives of her blogs are worth checking out, but I … Continue reading

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More Haiku? Senryu?

This poet is now sharing a few of my poems that have been published previously in online and print journals. As indicated in a previous post, some are haiku; some are senryu, but I don’t distinguish between the two forms. … Continue reading

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Fault Lines

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
Over half-a-dozen years ago, someone very dear to me wound up in intensive care after surgery, the result of one of those risks often rattled off at lightning speed during pre-op consultations, or buried…

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Haiku? Senryu?

This pedometer geek must admit that I can’t always tell whether the haiku I write are really haiku or senryu. (Haiku is nature-based; the other is more human-based.) For me, it is a moment, a glimpse of something that affects … Continue reading

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