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Oh, hi...

…it’s been a while. But i haven’t just been lounging around eating bonbons. Well, okay, yes I have. I have a thing for bonbons. But I’ve also been busy, first working like crazy (for money for my employer, sadly, not for free for you), then traveling. 158 more words

Poetry

WordPress Prompt - Pride and Joy

pages falling out
held in place by tape
. . . the Psalms

Pride and Joy – a treasured possession.  I am grateful for many things, including the basics of life:  food, shelter, old clothes, and my Bibles (different English translations). 65 more words

Grief

old friends

old friends
sit at a table
and put puzzles
together

they sort and place
what they can
leave the rest to God

I wrote this poem for a… 25 more words

Poetry

bookbag

bookbag
overflowing
with teaching materials
in the side pocket
poetry

people at work
on the barges
low energy lights
on all night
to say hello from shore… 17 more words

Poetry

learning a new map

learning a new map
one day at a time
middle-age

pages falling out
held in place by tape
. . . the Psalms

Ellen Grace Olinger… 31 more words

Poetry

Yay Words: tiny haibuns by Aubrie Cox (a blog review)

Aubrie Cox. Yay Words! @ http://yaywords.wordpress.com/: A Blog Review

by Jessica Tremblay, Burnaby, British Columbia

Published in Frogpond, 37:3 (Winter 2014)

During the month of June 2014, I really enjoyed reading the tiny haibun (or “tibun”) that Aubrie Cox published on her blog… 899 more words

Haiku

The Haiku Foundation Forums

I registered for The Haiku Foundation Forums awhile ago and read here and there.  Lately, I’ve written three posts for Soundings, moderated by Peter Yovu.  I wrote short commentaries for haiku by Aubrie Cox, Lee Gurga, and Randy Brooks.  67 more words

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