Tag Archives: Adelaide B. Shaw

stars, planet, moons, et. al. . . .

The roots of an Exquisite Corpse–like Halloween–are planted in Surrealism. Given that, I tried to give myself license not to take myself too seriously when it came to rattling the skeletal threads of this Corpse together into a sequential body which, … Continue reading

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wish list . . .

another year . . . my wish list no longer than a haiku As someone who was seriously bitten by the haiku bug three years ago, I find it fairly easy to provide anyone who’d like to give me a gift with a … Continue reading

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All Souls Countdown . . .

I’m excited to share the first response to my call for poems honoring a reader’s loved ones with three haiku from the wonderfully generous and talented haiku and tanka poet Adelaide B. Shaw. These poems, she writes, were inspired by … Continue reading

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