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The Haiku Foundation 2015 Fundraiser

The Haiku Foundation 2015 Fundraiser is in progress.  Jim Kacian’s introductory post may be read HERE.


I began offering some thoughts to The Haiku Foundation weekly poem commentary feature.  33 more words


Haiku Book Note

Carol Purington’s classic book, Family Farm: Haiku for a Place of Moons, is back in print.  For more information, please read this post at the Woodslawn Farm website. 11 more words


Haiku introductions are...

…interesting and fun to write. Particularly sequences. However, a month or two ago, I rediscovered, by way of another poetry blogger, the non syllabic form of haiku. 148 more words



she’s so hot

brings tears to my eyes

pepper spray

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Inspired by the prompt at


Book of the Week at The Haiku Foundation

This morning I read Book of the Week: The Cottage of Wild Plum, by Robert Spiess, at The Haiku Foundation.  I read this book many years ago, and rereading is always interesting. 26 more words


Haiku Note

I enjoyed reading this post by Jim Kacian today:  re:Virals 9.

The post begins with these words: “Welcome to re:Virals, The Haiku Foundation’s weekly poem commentary feature on some of the finest haiku ever written in English.” 8 more words