Tag Archives: haiku

#FemkuMag #30: A Haiku Journal

  #FemkuMag is a haikai poetry journal for womxn and non-binary folx. It is the dream child of haiku poet (and editor) Lori A. Minor. The journal has been in existence since June 2018, and Lori features poetry written by womxn … Continue reading

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BP: Stardust Haiku and more

Haiku are short poems, and every word and syllable count. This pedometer geek writes and then often edits again and again the same haiku to get the meaning that I want out of the poem. Once it is published, what … Continue reading

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Summer Solstice Celebration

This pedometer geek writer has been slacking in regards to writing to the prompts at http://www.carrotranch.com. The prompts for the 99-word (no more, no less) stories are posted weekly, but a week seems to go by so fast that by … Continue reading

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BP: Autumn Moon Haiku Journal

After last year’s lackluster desire to submit haiku except to a few journals, this pedometer geek writer decided to try a little harder to submit this year. This goal has been helped by a member of a closed Facebook group … Continue reading

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BP: Stardust Haiku #53 (Poetry with a Little Sparkle)

Valentina Ranaldi-Adams’ monthly online journal, Stardust Haiku: Poetry with a Little Sparkle, has just been published. May’s journal has haiku poets from across the globe. These poets live in Australia, Canada, India, Italy, Nepal, Slovenia, the United Kingdom, and the … Continue reading

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BP: Haiku Dialogue–Doorknobs

The Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, Haiku Dialogue, is published on Wednesdays. The prompt for this ongoing series: Door to Door was doorknob. There were so many good haiku written on the theme, and this pedometer geek poet is pleased that … Continue reading

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BP: Failed Haiku # 65

One of the haiku journals this pedometer geek poet submits to on a semi-regular basis, when I remember, that is, is Failed Haiku, edited by Mike Rehling and Bryan Rickert. In April, this poet submitted once again, but because of … Continue reading

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Million Mile Month 2021: Endings and Beginnings

As April ended, this pedometer geek completed April’s Million Mile Month with over 111 miles toward the community goal of 1,000,000 miles (and the personal goal of 100 miles, which I set for myself). The community didn’t quite reach the … Continue reading

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BP: The Train Anthology and more…

Several years ago, on Jacquie Pearce’s blog, http://www.wildink.wordpress.com, there was a post asking for train-themed haiku and other related poetry forms for a planned anthology about trains of all sorts. This pedometer geek writer submitted a few haiku for consideration, … Continue reading

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Our New Cat: A 99-word Story

It has been some time since this pedometer geek has written a 99-word (no more and no less) story. It is based on the http://www.carrotranch.com prompt of ‘frozen.’ Here is my last minute entry: Our New Cat Lisa called us … Continue reading

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