In tribute to the first new moon of the New Year, and all the loved ones we also may briefly have lost sight of: . . . Camera-in-hand, I stand, watching, waiting, thinking I might capture some long-lost image; that through some magic transformation of … Continue reading
Posted in A Hundred Gourds, Family, Haibun, Haiku, Haiku-doodle, Moon, New Year
Tagged A Hundred Gourds, Family, Haibun, Haiku, Moon, Night sky
dark of the moon . . . she resolves to take a walk on the wild side Today marks not just the first day of a new year but also a new “super” moon (the first of two this month) … Continue reading
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays . . . and a very Happy New Year to you and yours!
Posted in Christmas, Family, Haiga, Haiku, Haiku-doodle, New Year, Tanka
Tagged Christmas, Family, Haiga, Haiku, New Year, Tanka
new year . . . the dragon’s fiery breath lights the way Happy New Year of the Dragon! If you’re looking for inspiration while you wait for your fortune to unfold, head over to Aubrie Cox’s Yay Words! blog for … Continue reading
Posted in Dragons, Haiga, Haiku, Haiku-doodle, New Year, Yay Words!
Tagged Aubrie Cox, Dragon, Haiku, Happy New Year, New Year, Winter, Yay Words!, Year of the Dragon
End of year. Time to take stock. Look back. Look forward. Dig in. Dig out. Reflect . . . If you’re looking for a haiku-like way to do just that, two blogs I enjoy are offering unique end-of-year perspectives. At Aubrie … Continue reading
Posted in Haiku, Haiku-doodle, New Year, Wild Berries, Winter, Yay Words!
Tagged Aubrie Cox, Dragons, Haiku, New Year, Sanjukta Asopa, Wild Berries, Winter, Yay Words!
This is a haiku journal, not a political journal. But, as in life, fiction (or, in this case, poetry) often collides with reality. When I posted my last entry on “epiphany,” I had no way of foreseeing the tragic events that would … Continue reading
Posted in Haiku, Haiku-doodle, New Year, Snow, Winter
Tagged Haiku, Hope, Landscape, New Year, Peace, Politics, Religion, Snow, Winter
I’m no more superstitious than the next person. Maybe less. But it is New Year’s, after all. And we all have our own little ways of marking our territory for the coming year. This year I’m ending mine with a new tradition: … Continue reading
Posted in Haiku, Haiku-doodle, Luck, New Year, New Year's Eve, Resolutions
Tagged Haiku, Luck, New Year, New Year's Eve, Resolutions, Superstitions