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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

Haiku

Daily Haiku: June 15, 2017

is it treason
to put the planet first?
sunlit horses

by Alan Summers
Hedgerow,
#111, May 2017

Haiku

Short Poem Saturday - Corn Moon - Summers

This was an illustration I did last year, finishing it before I had to take my hiatus from this blog. I was in a “no outline” phase, practicing building up an image from repeated mark-making. 93 more words

Poetry

Wonderfold Winners

a response to January’s #WonderFold prompt

So we have two winners to celebrate! Thank you to all who submitted, everyone’s work was wonderful and remember to keep submitting! 272 more words

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