Tag Archives: Simply Haiku

Summer storms . . .

all around us the violence of last night’s storm unpredictable as the bouquet of roses you lay down beside me                Simply Haiku, vol. 9, #2,  Summer 2011 I’m honored to be a small part of an exceptional, 8th anniversary … Continue reading

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Bird’s-eye view . . .

searching for meaningful work between jobs the chef spends his time hand-feeding the birds                        Simply Haiku, vol. 9, #1 I wrote this tanka for my husband, a talented chef, last winter when our prospects–like the weather–seemed bleak.  Happily, life–and the weather–has … Continue reading

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Tree frogs . . .

you remind me how it felt that night we met . . . our universe filled with possibilities and the soft hum of tree frogs                        Simply Haiku, vol. 9, #1 I never get tired of listening for tree frogs.  … Continue reading

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After shock, the healing . . .

from haiku scribblings to a prayer on a giant wave                     –Alegria Imperial, jornales The recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan, with all its aftershocks–nuclear and otherwise–has the world, especially the haiku world, reeling.   Obviously, as the birthplace of haiku, … Continue reading

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