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Every Roof (Haiga)

every roof
blanketed in snow –
even Mole’s roof

Linked to Carpe Diem Haiku Shuukan:  Om

You may have heard the mantra “Om Mani Padme Hum” and not known what it meant. 114 more words

hedgerow #6

welcome to #6 of hedgerow, featuring work from 14 different poets & artists. please keep sending in your work and thanks also for spreading the word, every effort is appreciated! 657 more words

Haiga

summer sounds (haiga)

cricket’s shrill
invades the night,
a toad burps

 © Tournesol’14

Carpe Diem “Little Creatures”

Haiku

In the deep south–a haibun

Last Sunday I got together with Robyn, my friendly neighbourhood shaman and some other women to make the beaters for the Medicine Drums we made a few weeks ago. 441 more words

Haiga

mourning a healer (haiga)

If my grandmother would have been born within the Aboriginal culture, for sure she would have been a wise elder and perhaps a Shaman. But she was a humble woman living  by la rivière Yamaska; a village healer in many ways being a mid-wife, a go-to person if someone was sick from newborn to elderly. 257 more words

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