This week the Haiku Foundation’s column, Haiku Dialogue, was once again edited by Tia Haynes. She chose to look at the color white through the Haiku Prism. This pedometer geek had the pleasure of having one of my haiku accepted for the column. Not only that, but it was one of the haiku that was singled out for commentary. It is as follows:
she felt she shouldn’t
~Nancy Brady, 2020
To read all the haiku on the subject of white, check out http://www.thehaikufoundation.org under the Haiku Dialogue-Haiku Prism link. Thanks, Tia, for both editing the column as well as your commentary each week especially considering how many haiku you have to read.
A fellow haiku poet asked how many haiku are submitted each week, and the answer by K.J. Munro, who has done her own share of editing this column in the past, was over a hundred submissions. These submissions can have up to two haiku apiece. That is a lot of haiku to pick from week after week.
Next week’s column is all about the shades of red. Haiku can be submitted until Saturday evening at 11:59PM at the site.