Jane Dougherty Writes
Even in the town
from dusty eaves, beauty falls,
blackbird sings his song.
On strung wires of sound,
vibrating ugliness strums,
river flows silent.
Mild spring air invites, 12 more words
7 months, 2 weeks ago
For Colleen Chesebro’s Tanka Tuesday. The theme is Peace & Tear. The first haiku is thoroughly depressing so I wrote another, a bit more hopeful, and a third to shed a bit more light. 51 more words
7 months, 3 weeks ago
hedgerow: a journal of small poems
welcome to #105 of hedgerow. this week features collaborative haiga by Kris Moon & Tom Clausen.
excited to announce that selection for the next print issue is now underway. 86 more words
10 months ago
Sorry, Ronovan, but I can’t do ‘car’. Cars just don’t seem to suit my idea of haiku at all. So I’ve taken a few liberties this week, bent the definitions a bit. 50 more words
11 months, 1 week ago
everywhere we look we see
Six cruise ships counted
in Funchal harbour: each one…
11 months, 2 weeks ago