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Flash: Haiku

A few haiku about Flash: early morning before the alarm the cat ~Hedgerow #24 empty nesters still picking up toys, now the cat’s ~Bottlerockets #34, February 2016 no fear… blue jays nab peanuts despite the cat ~Brass Bell, February 2017 … Continue reading

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Haiku Dialogue: Weathered wall

This week’s theme at the Haiku Foundation’s Haiku Dialogue was weathered wall, and this pedometer geek writer was gratified that the editor of the column, Craig Kittner, chose the haiku I submitted. weathered fence apple blossoms poke through the slats … Continue reading

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Haiku Dialogue: Shiny instrument

This week’s Haiku Dialogue at The Haiku Foundation (thehaikufoundation.org) had a theme of shiny instrument. My haiku: first year resident… a blood droplet on her new scalpel ~Nancy Brady, 2019 Read all of them including commentary by Craig Kittner and others … Continue reading

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Haiku

This week’s prompt at the Haiku Foundation’s Haiku Dialogue was a hand-me-down toy. Here is my contribution, which was featured by the editor, Craig Kittner: dings and dents another generation learns to ride the bike ~Nancy Brady, 2019 Check out … Continue reading

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Lead Came: A 99-word flash fiction

Lead Came It was Valentine’s Day, and Julie was working. She received a bouquet of flowers from her husband. Her customers would remark, “He really loves you” or some other platitude. It certainly felt like a platitude because she recently … Continue reading

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BP: A Sense of Place: City Sidewalks

“City sidewalks, busy sidewalks…” was the most recent theme of the Haiku Foundation’s weekly column, A Sense of Place. These columns took poets back to their haiku roots by pairing a place with a particular sense. Like the previous venues … Continue reading

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BP–A Sense of Place: Hiking Trail

The Haiku Foundation has had a weekly column running for several months. It is moderated by K.J. Munro, a haiku poet from Canada. Called A Sense of Place, the column focuses upon haiku written about a particular place as seen … Continue reading

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