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National Poetry Month Day 27: Peek-A-Boo

One of the best things about working from home during this Time of Coronavirus is the walks I’ve taken to the pond. I’ve found myself searching for turtles, whispering “awww” at the baby ducks and geese, watching a Mother Goose … Continue reading

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National Poetry Month Day 12: Heron Haiku

Sometimes I struggle with the last line of my haiku, the line, which according to the definition of haiku should leave the reader with a “sense of sudden enlightenment.” I hope this haiku has left you enlightened to the “behind … Continue reading

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Heron’s Delight

Every morning, I take Tommy for a walk around a neighborhood park. Its beauty–the pond filled with water fowl, sunlight filtering through the Live Oak trees–often inspires me to write haiku. Here’s one I wrote, with a photo taken yesterday. … Continue reading

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