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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Ephrasti-ku (Hell Courtesan)

The newest guest editor, Pippa Phillips, of the Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, Haiku Dialogue, has started a series of haiku themes based on art works. This week’s theme was the painting Hell Courtesan by Kawanabe Kyosai. Haiku poets from around … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue (Ad Astra) Impermanence

This week’s prompt at the Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, Haiku Dialogue, was impermanence. Guest editor Alex Fyffe indicated that in 100,000 years what would be remembered of our lives here and now (if anything) (I am paraphrasing here, but I … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Finding Peace and Contemplation

…in meeting old friends. This week’s Haiku Dialogue column at the Haiku Foundation was about finding peace and contemplation in meeting old friends. Considering the last couple years of lock-down because of the Covid-19 pandemic, this was basically a nostalgic … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Finding Peace and Contemplation…

This week at the Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, Haiku Dialogue, the photo prompt was finding peace and contemplation…exercising in a park. From walking, jogging, biking, yoga, and tai chi, haiku poets from around the globe flexed their poetry muscles. This … Continue reading

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Aloysius Saves the Day: 99-word Flash Fiction

This week over at Carrot Ranch (www.carrotranch.com), the Wranglers as Charli Mills calls the writers there were given a prompt to write about whispers, whether creepy or otherwise in 99 words (no more, no less). The following is this pedometer … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Finding Peace and Contemplation

This week at the Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, Haiku Dialogue, the photo prompt was that of a gnarled tree (and ageing) for the continuing theme of “finding peace and contemplation of worn, imperfect, and transient things.”  Marietta McGregor, who is … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Finding Peace and Contemplation

…in worn, imperfect, transient things (a rusty hitching post). This week at the Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, Haiku Dialogue, the photo prompt was that of an old hitching post in the shape of an S and its shadow on the … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue (Contemplating Old Wagons, Etc.)

This week at the Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, Haiku Dialogue, the photo prompt was that of an old broken down wagon covered with vines; however, it wasn’t mandatory to use that particular image. Marietta McGregor, who is the column’s guest … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Contemplating the out-of-doors (Donkeys)

This week at the Haiku Foundation the Haiku Dialogue column was continuing the theme of finding peace and contemplation, in the great outdoors with curious donkeys (and there was a photo of donkeys included for inspiration), but Marietta McGregor, the … Continue reading

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Haiku Dialogue: Finding Peace and Contemplation…

…in a forest. This week’s Haiku Dialogue column at the Haiku Foundation https://www.thehaikufoundation.org was to write haiku about spending time in a forest. The editor, Marietta McGregor chose haiku from a global community of poets. From every continent except Antarctica, … Continue reading

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