A tree in autumn Gold leaves sashay in the breeze Winter harbinger
I missed writing a haiku yesterday. Actually, I wrote one, but I’m saving it for April 28. You’ll see why when I post it. But around 9:30 last night, right after I pulled the covers over myself, I thought, “Oh, … Continue reading
Sensing that I needed to get out of the house, Steve came up with the brilliant idea to go to four different places in Dallas, where we would each write a haiku. I loved the idea and the thought behind … Continue reading
Here’s a happier haiku for Day 3. And don’t worry. This photo was taken August 2019. 🙂 ______________________________________________________________ Click HERE to read the post that kicked off a month of writing haiku, in celebration of National Poetry Month.
Happy National Poetry Month! As I mentioned in my March 29 post, I’ll be writing a haiku a day to celebrate. If you’d like to join me, share your haiku in the comments! Feel free to use “time” as a … Continue reading
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PHOTO PROMPT © Sandra Crook Put away your phone Listen to seashells instead Shhh…shhh…shhhhhhhhhh ? I’ve been away busy remiss the last few weeks, but figured I could shake seventeen syllables out of my…
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. 🙂 What better topic … Continue reading
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