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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Family Portraits, Number Four

This week’s Haiku Dialogue, the weekly column from the Haiku Foundation, had haiku written based on the portrait of a baby and a dog laying together on the floor. The editor, John S Green, said the following about the haiku … Continue reading

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BP: Stardust Haiku: Poetry With a Little Sparkle #69

The September issue of Valentina Ranaldi-Adams’ journal, Stardust Haiku: Poetry With a Little Sparkle has been published. Issue #69 has haiku from poets from the following countries: Australia, Canada, India, Italy, Pakistan, Philippines, the United Kingdom, and the United States … Continue reading

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The Collection: Mud on the Tires

After writing her blog on the Carrot Ranch site about her anniversary, pheasant hunting, and a muddy truck, Charli Mills presented the Word Wranglers with the following prompt: September 19, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Happenings (Haiku Dialogue/Haiku Seed)

This week’s Haiku Dialogue column at the Haiku Foundation was based on another Family Portrait prompt. This one was an early morning photograph of the guest editor’s wife. From the editor, John S. Green, came the following commentary: “…146 poets … Continue reading

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The Collection: Balloons & Bumpers

This week’s prompt by Charli Mills at Carrot Ranch was the following: September 12, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about balloons on a bumper. Is it a spectacle, an occasion, an eccentricity? Why … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Family Portrait Two (Elopement)

This week’s Haiku Dialogue, the weekly column at the Haiku Foundation, was based on the second family portrait of the guest editor, John S. Green. The photograph was of a couple, and their subsequent elopement because of the pandemic. Here’s … Continue reading

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The Collection: Swimmingly

This week’s prompt, set by Charli Mills, at Carrot Ranch was to write a story in 99 words (no more, no less) as indicated below: September 5, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story using … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Family Portraits

Beginning this week at the Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, Haiku Dialogue, there is a new guest editor, John S. Green, and with it, a new focus. He describes the focus this way: “For the month of September, a total of … Continue reading

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The Collection: Red Convertible

This week’s prompt at Carrot Ranch, set by Charli Mills, was as follows: August 28, 2022, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that features a red convertible. Who is driving or riding? Where is the … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Sept. 7, 2022

Originally posted on Charlotte Digregorio's Writer's Blog:
snowy day … only color in the landscape a stop sign         by Nancy Brady (USA) tsuri-doro, #8, March/April 2022

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