Tag Archives: Jane Reichhold

Poem in Your Pocket Day . . .

It probably wasn’t fair of me to ask contributors to pick a “favorite” haiku (even though  I did say they could pick as many as three) for this post.  Once I started trying to choose my own favorites, I realized … Continue reading

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Fallen blossoms . . .

cherry blossoms– we visit the graves of the unknown      –Honorable Mention       Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Haiku Invitational 2011 Two weeks ago I found myself in Oklahoma City as part of a gathering of travel writers from all over the country.  Having been born … Continue reading

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