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visiting (haibun)

maybe that was happiness – murky, unclear and unreliable but bright enough to blind me to tomorrow, before tomorrow became more than I could fit into my pockets. 92 more words

Ashley Capes

OLN #182

Today is Open Link Night at dVerse Poets Pub.  I couldn’t resist posting this spooky haibun I wrote a couple of years ago….Marie Leveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans during the 1830s – 1850s.  346 more words


October--dVerse OLN


Recently, a red tail hawk sat on our fence, watching an assortment of jays, robins, quail and doves fattening themselves on the seeds in our garden. 263 more words


BE20 October 2016 wp

BE20: All In

Too often while being compassionate to others we forget ourselves.
We say we will take care of ourselves after this or that, or when we… 191 more words


broken (haibun)

waning moon
like broken souls of broods
kiss the darkness
daunting clouds still hover
robbing them of their youth

Walking home with heavy heart she thinks of her long shift. 27 more words


hunting the moon (haibun)

Leaving work flirting midnight, she looked up at the sky and began her pursuit.  The sky illuminated at times showing off its teal blue and then she noticed patches of white and grey.  33 more words


Rainbow's End

Helen Buckingham

(‘colonoscopy’, The Asahi Haikuist Network, 20th February 2015; ‘results limbo’, Sonic Boom 3, August 2015)