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National Poetry Month Haiku #5: Bliss

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National Poetry Month Haiku #3: Smiles

Have you ever noticed no matter your mood, a smile can make you smile? Or laughter can make you laugh? Nothing brings a smile to my face faster than a smile from one of my grandkids. ūüôā What better topic … Continue reading

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Creativity Flowing

I wasn’t able to post my daily haiku for National Poetry Month due to being out of town at an art workshop by Julie Spanos at the beautiful Azalea House Bed and Breakfast. But, I, along with five other attendees, … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month: Day 15 – Children

Today’s theme is “Children.”¬† I couldn’t find enough time to¬†make myself sit in front of my computer yesterday, so I missed Day 14. I’ll post a haiku for both Days 14 & 15 today. (Feel free to enter any haiku … Continue reading

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The Power of Brevity

  I had the privilege of writing about one of my favorite topics in the January/February issue of Southern Writers Magazine ‚Äď haiku! I love to write haiku just for the sake of writing haiku. But did you know there … Continue reading

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National Poetry Day: The Seashore

It’s National Poetry Day (in Britain). That’s okay. I’ll take any excuse to write haiku. ūüôā I hope as you read,¬†¬†you’ll hear the waves, taste the salt in the air and feel the sand between your toes! ¬†sandpiper dashes down … Continue reading

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Greater Kansas City Japan Festival

Originally posted on Jan Morrill Writes:
I’m excited to head north to Kansas City this weekend for the Greater Kansas City Japan Festival. The festival is organized by a group of friendly, dedicated people and I look forward to seeing…

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Write Anywhere #79: Japanese Friendship Garden

Kristin Nador has posted some beautiful photographs of a Japanese garden. More importantly, she’s written some beautiful haiku!

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Tommy Haiku #2: Button

  Something small and round Like a pearl on Grandma’s shirt This too, I must taste

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Celebrate Poetry-4/27: LOSS

The theme for Day 26’s celebration of¬†National Poetry Month¬†is ‚ÄúLOSS.” Click¬†HERE¬†for details of this haiku celebration of throughout the month of April. I’m on the road today, and attempted to post this blog from my iPad, so my apologies if … Continue reading

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