In which I share some poetry and haiku that moved through me in April for National Poetry Month
In which I share some of the poetry and haiku that moved through me since this winter solstice.
In which I share some poetry and haiku that has moved through me since the passing of summer into autumn.
In which I share some poetry and haiku that moved through me this Eastertide/midsummer season.
When I present my poetry and haiku, I like to arrange them in a way that forms a narrative, even if the individual entries had different inspiration – which they often do. Structure makes the world go ’round, or something! Here’s some poetry and haiku about beginnings – when eyes first meet and hearts start to beat.
I finally got around to organizing some of the poetry and haiku that have been languishing in the margins of my notebooks for my writers group, and I thought I’d share it with you as well!
I finally got around to putting some of my (often depressing) poetry and haiku up here. Check it out!