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S is for Children's Poets Darren Sardelli, Robert Schechter, Joshua Seigal, Andrea Shavick, Marilyn Singer, Lemn Sissay, Roger Stevens, Alan Summers, George Szirtes

George Szirtes

George Szirtes

George Szirtes was born in Hungary in 1948 and came to England as a refugee in 1956. He trained as an artist and has written over twenty books of poetry in English, some of which have won prizes, such as the Faber Prize, and the T S Eliot Prize, as well as prizes abroad. 2,011 more words

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S is for Haiku Poet Alan Summers, #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA

Alan Summers 

Alan Summers, Wiltshire, England, is President of the United Haiku and Tanka Society, and co-founder of Call of the Page, here. He… 93 more words

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Haiku for Young People

Haiku are poems written with a limited number of syllables (not necessarily 5-7-5, fewer is often better), in the present tense, comparing sensory images of nature. 250 more words

Daily Haiku: June 16, 2017

war moon
the flickering of humans
at birdsong

by Alan Summers
Asahi Shimbun,  Japan, 2015
Blood Moon Issue for the Eclipse of 9/28

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Daily Haiku: June 15, 2017

is it treason
to put the planet first?
sunlit horses

by Alan Summers
Hedgerow,
#111, May 2017

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