Category Archives: Failed Haiku

In Honor of…

Memorial Day, several haiku and a poem commemorating young men and women serving in the military through the years. ruptured duck… listening to dad’s stories of Indo-China *** Memorial Day… the silence of white stones *** last deployment yellow ribbon … Continue reading

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Million Mile Month, April 2018

Today is the first day of the Million Mile Month, in which all those who are signed up for the event on the https://events.healthcode.org, begin their challenge. This is the fifth year for the event, and it is the fourth … Continue reading

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BP: Reading Roundup 2017 of a Pedometer Geek

This pedometer geek generally reports on the steps taken and the books read every month. (Well, there were a few months when this didn’t happen as someone indicated it was silly and useless, but I digress.) Reading more and putting … Continue reading

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May 2017’s Reads of a Pedometer Geek

This pedometer geek hasn’t written much in the past month or so. Well, at least, not here on my blog. I have shared a post or two of others’ writings, but that is about it. I’d like to claim that … Continue reading

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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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